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Luciano es un pescadero napolitano que complementa sus modestos ingresos montando timos - a pequeña escala - junto a su mujer, María. Luciano, personaje simpático y entretenido, nunca deja pasar la oportunidad de actuar para sus clientes e innumerables familiares. Un buen día, estos le convencen para presentarse a las pruebas de Gran Hermano. Mientras persigue su sueño, Luciano empieza a cambiar su percepción de la realidad.
10 Nov 2012
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Acquisita nella Collezione d'Arte del Quirinale un'opera di Andrea Benetti. Il 9 marzo 2012 si è conclusa con la consegna del dipinto di arte contemporanea intitolato “Caccia VII”, l'operazione di acquisizione da parte della Collezione d'Arte del Quirinale, a favore dell'opera di pittura contemporanea di Andrea Benetti. Per volere del Presidente della Repubblica Giorgio Napolitano, grande amante ed estimatore della pittura italiana e dell'arte in generale, e con il convinto avvallo del professor Louis Godart, Consigliere per la Conservazione del Patrimonio Artistico del Quirinale, è stata acquisita l'opera di arte contemporanea di Andrea Benetti, intitolata “Caccia VII”, creata nel 2010 (misure: cm 50x100 – tecnica: olio e hennè e acrilici su tela). Durante il cordiale incontro, presso lo studio Quirinalizio del professor Louis Godart, si è parlato di archeologia, vista la formazione del professore e di pittura delle origini, ovvero la pittura Rupestre. Il professor Godart ha espresso grande apprezzamento per il dipinto di arte contemporanea acquisito e, nella fattispecie, per la pittura Neorupestre di Andrea Benetti, che il professore ha dimostrato, durante la conversazione, di conoscere molto bene. È sottolineata già nella lettera della Presidenza della Repubblica, datata 16 dicembre 2011 ed indirizzata ad Andrea Benetti, nella quale si comunicava la volontà da parte del Quirinale di acquisire una sua opera, l'eccezionalità dell'evento, in quanto le due collezioni di arte del Quirinale sono una antica ed una moderna. È quindi assente l'arte contemporanea alla quale Andrea Benetti, seppur con la sua pittura Neorupestre, appartiene. Acquista, perciò, maggior valore e significato questa volontà del Presidente e dei suoi Consiglieri in materia di arte contemporanea di volere un'opera di Andrea Benetti. Ricordiamo che è noto a tutti che il pittore bolognese è già collezionato e presente nei musei italiani ed esteri e nelle collezioni di importanti Istituzioni internazionali, quale l'O.N.U., l'Ambasciata Italiana in Cina e via dicendo. L'acquisizione da parte del Quirinale di un dipinto di arte contemporanea di Andrea Benetti, lo pone tra i pochissimi artisti, se non addirittura l'unico, ad essere presenti nella Collezione d'Arte del Quirinale per rappresentare l'arte contemporanea italiana.
16 Mar 2012
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BY VICTORIA CRAIG A Supreme Court decision thought to remain valid for at least 25 years is up for debate again...16 years early. This fall, the U.S. Supreme Court will determine the constitutionality of using race as a factor in the college admissions process. Atlanta’s WAGA explains what sparked the renewed discussion. “A white student brought the case saying the University of Texas denied her admission because of her race.” The Supreme Court’s decision to hear the case comes a decade after a landmark decision in Grutter vs. Bollinger, which granted colleges and universities the ability to choose whether they would use race as a factor in the admissions process to ensure adequate diversity in the student body. Fox Business outlines the UT policy that reignited debate. “Texas has a very unique system of allowing everybody in the top ten percent to come on in, whatever race you are. And then after that, they take race as one of many, many factors.” There are strong opinions on both sides of the argument. Bloomberg reports if the court decides to eliminate race as a factor, schools will then rely on socio-economic background information — which would likely result in the same outcomes during admissions. “Looking at the 146 most selective colleges and universities, [a 2004 Century Foundation] study concluded that blacks and Latinos would account for 4 percent of the student body if admissions were based solely on grades and test scores. Race-based affirmative action increased that number to 12 percent. Had it been used instead, socio-economic affirmative action would have produced a 10 percent figure.” But opponents of overturning the court’s 2003 decision say there’s still a need to lend a helping hand to those who face strong barriers. A writer for the Philadelphia Inquirer says race is still an issue. “It's not wrong to crave a post-racial America, where skin color has absolutely no bearing on a person's ability to succeed. But there are too many signs - disparities in education, poverty, and health - that we’re not there yet.” But many say the court is likely to overturn its original decision. Fox Business’ Andrew Napolitano explains that’s because the court has a different makeup than it did when it handed down its 2003 decision. “The swing vote is now Justice Anthony Kennedy. By swing vote, I mean the person who frequently breaks the tie between the four liberals and the four conservatives. Justice Kennedy dissented in that University of Michigan case back in 2003.” Adding to the likelihood of a reversal, Justice Elana Kagan, an Obama appointee, will not hear arguments in the case or be involved in the decision. The Wall Street Journal explains why. “The Obama administration fought to squelch the case in the lower courts, taking the unusual step of filing a brief on the university's side at the Fifth Circuit. … Justice Elena Kagan, solicitor general when the Obama administration filed that brief, recused herself from the Fisher case.” The Supreme Court is expected to hear arguments in this case in October — just weeks before the 2012 presidential election.
23 Feb 2012
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*******OptometristMineolaNY**** Optometrist Mineola NY Dr. Melania Napolitano speaks about glaucoma eye vision problems in this video interview. Glaucoma is an eye disease that affects the vision. This eye vision problem attacks the optic nerve known to be the main carrier of eye vision information from the eye to the brain. Glaucoma causes eye vision distortion, blurry vision, and causes dizziness. Dr. Melania Napolitano mentions that if glaucoma is diagnosed in early stage patients can prevent blindness from happening, and get proper treatment. Annual eye examinations, and diagnostic tests are recommended either if you feel eye discomfort or not. To obtain more information about glaucoma eye diseases please visit your local optometrist. Mineola Optometrist, Dr. Melania Napolitano also serves the following cities and zip codes Williston Park NY, Westbury NY, Glen Oaks NY, Franklin Square NY, New Hyde Park NY, Mineola NY, Albertson NY, Carle Place NY, Garden City NY, Hempstead NY, Uniondale NY, Old Westbury NY, Roslyn NY, Roslyn Heights NY, Uniondale NY, Westbury NY, Garden City NY, 11001, 11002, 11004, 11043, 11568, 11597, and 11568.
17 Nov 2011
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*******OptometristMineolaNY**** Optometrist Mineola NY Dr. Melania Napolitano speaks about dry eye problems, and eye irritation problems in this video interview. Dry eye problems are very uncomfortable and affect eye vision directly. Most dry eye problems lead to irritation, and redness. Dr. Melania Napolitano glaucoma doctor mentions that most eye allergies and eye irritation problems are treated with over the counter medications. However if purchased medications don’t fix the problem profession help is needed. If irritation in the eyes is un-treated it can lead to pink eye, and asthma. To obtain more information please visit your local eye care specialist. Mineola Optometrist, Dr. Melania Napolitano also serves the following cities and zip codes Williston Park NY, Westbury NY, Glen Oaks NY, Franklin Square NY, New Hyde Park NY, Mineola NY, Albertson NY, Carle Place NY, Garden City NY, Hempstead NY, Uniondale NY, Old Westbury NY, Roslyn NY, Roslyn Heights NY, Uniondale NY, Westbury NY, Garden City NY, 11001, 11002, 11004, 11043, 11568, 11597, and 11568.
17 Nov 2011
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*******OptometristMineolaNY**** Optometrist Mineola NY, Dr. Melania Napolitano looks after the vision care of both children and adults, providing comprehensive routine eye exams, and treating vision impairment. Sports eye care and treatment of presbyopia are specialties. Eye doctors advise optometry patients that eye examinations can diagnose diabetes, hypertension and eye injury. Diagnosis of presbyopia can assist eye care patients correct vision impairment associated with distance. Lasik surgery may resolve some issues, but vision care patients needing only reading glasses, may not benefit from laser surgery. Astigmatism can be helped with eyeglasses or contact lenses. Clear vision can be attained with a combination of treatments available for the specific vision impairment to be addressed. Optometrist Mineola NY, Dr. Melania Napolitano helps eye care patients maintain a healthy look on life. Mineola optometrist, Dr. Melania Napolitano also serves the cities of: Williston Park, Garden City, Carle Place, Albertson, New Hyde Park, Westbury, Hempstead, Old Westbury, Roslyn
17 Nov 2011
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*******OptometristMineolaNY**** Optometrist Mineola NY Dr. Melania Napolitano speaks about astigmatism eye vision problems in this video interview. Astigmatism is an eye condition that causes blurred eye vision as its main symptom. Astigmatism problems mainly occur when light rays enter the eye preventing the retina from focusing, and resulting in a blurred image. Astigmatism attacks the cornea of the eye, preventing us from staying focused. Also causes inconformity in the eyes. Dr. Melania Napolitano mentions that astigmatism may occur in children and adults. Very important fact to know is that astigmatism is common but not contagious. For more information please visit you local eye care doctor. Optometrist Mineola NY Dr. Melania Napolitano also serves the following cities and zip codes Williston Park NY, Westbury NY, Glen Oaks NY, Franklin Square NY, New Hyde Park NY, Mineola NY, Albertson NY, Carle Place NY, Garden City NY, Hempstead NY, Uniondale NY, Old Westbury NY, Roslyn NY, Roslyn Heights NY, Uniondale NY, Westbury NY, Garden City NY, 11001, 11002, 11004, 11043, 11568, 11597, and 11568.
17 Nov 2011
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*******OptometristMineolaNY**** "Optometrist Mineola NY Dr. Melania Napolitano speaks about good nutrition for ideal eyesight. We all want good eye vision. However that comes with along with a little effort from our part. In order to have good vision , we need to develop healthy eating habits. Dr. Melania Napolitano mentions that vitamins are considered as one of the most important consuming products towards good eye vision. Vitamins A, C, E and the B vitamins, zinc, selenium, chromium, magnesium, taurine, lutein, zeaxanthin, and omega-3 fatty acids are just a few of the nutrients which contribute to better vision. Foods like eggs, avocados, salmon, vegetables, garlic and onions are also ideal. For more information please visit your local optometrist. Mineola Optometrist, Dr. Melania Napolitano also serves the following cities and zip codes Williston Park NY, Westbury NY, Glen Oaks NY, Franklin Square NY, New Hyde Park NY, Mineola NY, Albertson NY, Carle Place NY, Garden City NY, Hempstead NY, Uniondale NY, Old Westbury NY, Roslyn NY, Roslyn Heights NY, Uniondale NY, Westbury NY, Garden City NY, 11001, 11002, 11004, 11043, 11568, 11597, and 11568.
17 Nov 2011
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*******OptometristMineolaNY**** "Optometrist Mineola NY Dr. Melania Napolitano speaks about cataract problems in this video interview. Cataract problems affect people of all ages. Eye vision problems related to cataracts don’t happen overnight. Cataracts do don’t affect people’s vision right when they develop. However they affect the eye vision more like in a process, they first begin with a change in the color of the eye. Once they develop they create a yellowish appearance in the eye very noticeable. Cataract problems are best treated with eye surgery. However early diagnosis could help patients get early treatments, and other options unlike surgery might be available. Mineola Optometrist, Dr. Melania Napolitano also serves the following cities and zip codes Williston Park NY, Westbury NY, Glen Oaks NY, Franklin Square NY, New Hyde Park NY, Mineola NY, Albertson NY, Carle Place NY, Garden City NY, Hempstead NY, Uniondale NY, Old Westbury NY, Roslyn NY, Roslyn Heights NY, Uniondale NY, Westbury NY, Garden City NY, 11001, 11002, 11004, 11043, 11568, 11597, and 11568.
17 Nov 2011
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*******OptometristMineolaNY**** Optometrist Mineola NY Dr. Melania Napolitano speaks about cataract problems in this video interview. Cataract problems affect people of all ages. Eye vision problems related to cataracts don’t happen overnight. Cataracts do don’t affect people’s vision right when they develop. However they affect the eye vision more like in a process, they first begin with a change in the color of the eye. Once they develop they create a yellowish appearance in the eye very noticeable. Cataract problems are best treated with eye surgery. However early diagnosis could help patients get early treatments, and other options unlike surgery might be available. Optometrist Mineola NY Dr. Melania Napolitano also serves the following cities and zip codes Williston Park NY, Westbury NY, Glen Oaks NY, Franklin Square NY, New Hyde Park NY, Mineola NY, Albertson NY, Carle Place NY, Garden City NY, Hempstead NY, Uniondale NY, Old Westbury NY, Roslyn NY, Roslyn Heights NY, Uniondale NY, Westbury NY, Garden City NY, 11001, 11002, 11004, 11043, 11568, 11597, and 11568.
17 Nov 2011
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"*******OptometristMineolaNY**** Optometrist Mineola NY, Dr. Melania Napolitano, speaks about eye exam and the need to check your eye vision regularly. For the people with no eye problem and no eyeglasses, every two years is recommended but for the age of 35 and up with eye vision problem every year eye examination is necessary. For the patient with high blood cholesterol or diabetics or any other health problem that effects eye vision, the eye exam should be done every six months. There are some certain medications that effect directly on eye vision, examples are blood pressure medication, steroid medication, Aspirin and so on. Elderly people also are advised to take the eye exam every 6 months. Eye exam could be done at 20/20 Eye Care, Mineola NY. For more videos please visit the following link: *******www.****/user/optometristMineolany Mineola optometrist, Dr. Melania Napolitano also serves the cities of: Williston Park, Garden City, Carle Place, Albertson, New Hyde Park, Westbury, Hempstead, Old Westbury, Roslyn.
17 Nov 2011
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*******OptometristMineolaNY**** "Optometrist Mineola NY Dr. Melania Napolitano speaks about contact lenses in this video interview. Contact lenses are used to help people improve and treat eye vision problems. The most popular contact lenses in the market are silicon hydrogen lenses. Silicone lenses breathe oxygen better than any other lenses in the market. Contact lenses that breathe oxygen help the cornea of the eye stay healthy and don’t disturb the eye vision. Other contact lenses out in the market make people see blurry, affect the eye vision, and even create dizziness. Melania Napolitano cataracts doctor recommends patients using other types or brands of contact lenses to switch over, and experience a healthy 20/20 vision with silicon hydrogen lenses. Mineola Optometrist, Dr. Melania Napolitano also serves the following cities and zip codes Williston Park NY, Westbury NY, Glen Oaks NY, Franklin Square NY, New Hyde Park NY, Mineola NY, Albertson NY, Carle Place NY, Garden City NY, Hempstead NY, Uniondale NY, Old Westbury NY, Roslyn NY, Roslyn Heights NY, Uniondale NY, Westbury NY, Garden City NY, 11001, 11002, 11004, 11043, 11568, 11597, and 11568.
17 Nov 2011
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Eye Doctor Mineola NY, Eyeglasses vs Contact Lenses, Melania Napolitano Williston Park, Garden City *******OptometristMineolaNY**** Eye Doctor Mineola NY, Dr. Melania Napolitano clears up the confusion of when eyeglasses may be necessary versus the practical reading glasses found at the .99cents stores. Vision care specialists advise that generic magnifying glasses are of equal strength in each lens. Many eye care patients have unequal vision in either eye that would require prescription lenses for clear vision. There are several options that can comfortably resolve the individual visual challenge faced by the eye care patient. Bifocals, contact lenses and progressive lenses are designed to address nearsightedness and farsightedness, and adjusting to varying visual distances, quickly and naturally, providing clear vision. For vision wear patients that are looking for alternatives to eyeglasses, contact lenses may be a good option. Eye Doctor Mineola NY, Dr. Melania Napolitano gives comprehensive eye examinations at 20/20 Eye Care, Mineola NY. For more videos please visit the following link: *******www.youtube****/user/OptometryMineola Mineola optometrist, Dr. Melania Napolitano also serves the cities of: Williston Park, Garden City, Carle Place, Albertson, New Hyde Park, Westbury, Hempstead, Old Westbury, Roslyn
1 Nov 2011
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Optometrist Mineola NY, Optometry Practice, Melania Napolitano Williston Park, Garden City *******OptometristMineolaNY**** Optometrist Mineola NY, Dr. Melania Napolitano looks after the vision care of both children and adults, providing comprehensive routine eye exams, and treating vision impairment. Sports eye care and treatment of presbyopia are specialties. Eye doctors advise optometry patients that eye examinations can diagnose diabetes, hypertension and eye injury. Diagnosis of presbyopia can assist eye care patients correct vision impairment associated with distance. Lasik surgery may resolve some issues, but vision care patients needing only reading glasses, may not benefit from laser surgery. Astigmatism can be helped with eyeglasses or contact lenses. Clear vision can be attained with a combination of treatments available for the specific vision impairment to be addressed. Optometrist Mineola NY, Dr. Melania Napolitano helps eye care patients maintain a healthy look on life. To see more videos, click on the following link: *******www.youtube****/user/OptometryMineola Mineola optometrist, Dr. Melania Napolitano also serves the cities of: Williston Park, Garden City, Carle Place, Albertson, New Hyde Park, Westbury, Hempstead, Old Westbury, Roslyn
1 Nov 2011
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Eye Specialist Mineola NY, Eye Problem Symptoms, Melania Napolitano Williston Park, Garden City *******OptometristMineolaNY**** Eye Specialist Mineola NY, Dr. Melania Napolitano sees glaucoma, cataracts and vision impairment as common eye care problems. Changes in vision should be monitored with annual eye exams. An eye examination of the optic nerve can detect the presence of glaucoma in addition to the pressure of the eye. Cataracts, affecting most adults in their early 50s can be removed by an ophthalmologist. Lasik eye surgery is not a treatment for cataracts; but is used to correct astigmatism, nearsightedness or farsightedness. Distorted vision can be caused by astigmatism or glaucoma. Medical issues should be ruled out before assuming a new prescription for eye glasses is all that is needed for restoration of clear vision. Macular degeneration erodes central vision, while glaucoma takes away the peripheral vision. Macular degeneration though also a cause of vision impairment, can be treated if diagnosed early. Prescription eye glasses or bifocals may be preferable for some eye care patients with an aversion toward contact lenses for easier reading. For more videos please visit the following link: *******www.youtube****/user/OptometryMineola Mineola optometrist, Dr. Melania Napolitano also serves the cities of: Williston Park, Garden City, Carle Place, Albertson, New Hyde Park, Westbury, Hempstead, Old Westbury, Roslyn
1 Nov 2011
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Eye Doctor Mineola NY, Eye Exam, Melania Napolitano Williston Park, Garden City, Optometry *******OptometristMineolaNY**** Eye Doctor Mineola NY, Dr. Melania Napolitano, speaks about eye exam and the need to check your eye vision regularly. For the people with no eye problem and no eyeglasses, every two years is recommended but for the age of 35 and up with eye vision problem every year eye examination is necessary. For the patient with high blood cholesterol or diabetics or any other health problem that effects eye vision, the eye exam should be done every six months. There are some certain medications that effect directly on eye vision, examples are blood pressure medication, steroid medication, Aspirin and so on. Elderly people also are advised to take the eye exam every 6 months. Eye exam could be done at 20/20 Eye Care, Mineola NY. For more videos please visit the following link: *******www.youtube****/user/OptometryMineola Mineola optometrist, Dr. Melania Napolitano also serves the cities of: Williston Park, Garden City, Carle Place, Albertson, New Hyde Park, Westbury, Hempstead, Old Westbury, Roslyn.
1 Nov 2011
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