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Surgical Footage and the Weill Cornell Athermal Robotic Technique. Nerve-Sparing Robotic Radical Prostatectomy.
14 Jun 2013
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9 Sep 2011
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HORMONE BALANCE AND LOSING WEIGHT Before hormones became a hot topic on the Oprah Winfrey Show, Dr. C.W. Randolph had treated hormone imbalances in more than 100,000 patients using bioidentical hormone replacement treatments. His book, "From Belly Fat to Belly Flat," was written from 20 years of experience working as a recognized authority in the field of hormone balance and hormone replacement. More about Dr. Randolph's book, "From Belly Fat to Belly Flat", go to www.writersonvideo**** ABOUT THE AUTHORS Dr. C.W. Randolph (Jacksonville, FL) graduated from Auburn University’s School of Pharmacy and later received his medical doctoral education at Louisiana State University’s School of Medicine in New Orleans, Louisiana. In 2000, Dr. Randolph attended Columbia University Medical School where he completed an intensive training in the field of integrated medicine under Andrew Weill, M.D. He is a frequent key note speaker at medical organizations, including Professional Compounding Centers of America (PCCA), and the American Chiropractic Association. He is the coauthor of From Hormone Hell To Hormone Well, a primer in the field of BHRT. A noted expert in the field, Dr. Randolph averages 3-5 radio interviews a month. Genie James, M.M.Sc. (Jacksonville, FL) is a writer and consultant whose areas of professional emphasis include women’s health and integrative medicine. She also serves as the Executive Director of Women’s Medicine, Inc., an organization dedicated to offering women natural medicine products. She is also the co-founder of The Natural Hormone Institute of America. Ms. James often speaks with Dr. Randolph on the topic of BHRT in forums such as the Speaking of Women’s Health or Vanderbilt’s All About Women Forum. More about Dr. Randolph's book, "From Belly Fat to Belly Flat", go to www.writersonvideo****
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Amedeo Modigliani was born in Livorno (Leghorn) on 12 July 1884 into a rich merchant family. Versed in literature and art at an early age, Modigliani took his first lessons in drawing and painting between 1898 and 1900 at Guglielmo Micheli's studio. Modigliani was particularly fond of the Italian Early Renaissance. In 1902 Modigliani shared a studio in Florence with Oscar Ghilia and became a pupil at the free school for drawing from the nude. A year later Modigliani transferred to the Venice Academy, where he spent a great deal of time studying the works of the Old Masters and became familiar with international movements in art. Modigliani went to Paris in 1906 to study at the private Colarossi Academy. In 1907 he met a young physician, Paul Alexandre, who was the first person to promote his work. Alexandre not only bought paintings and drawings of Modigliani's; he also helped to arrange the artist's first commissions. That same year Modigliani showed work at the Salon d'Automne and a year later at the Salon des Indépendents. The few pictures by Modigliani to have survived from that period reveal the influence of the Fauves, Matisse, Toulouse-Lautrec, Picasso and Cézanne. Paul Alexandre introduced Modigliani to the sculptor Constantin Brancusi and Modigliani began to sculpt under his influence but he gave up sculpture in 1914/15 to devote himself to painting. The same salient features are common to both Modigliani's sculpture and his painting: despite mask-like stylization, a poignant grace and spirituality inform Modigliani's heads. His lasting fame rests on the portraits of artists he did after 1914. On the outbreak of the First World War, Modigliani volunteered for service but was exempted for health reasons: two severe attacks of tuberculosis had left him weakened for the rest of his life. Modigliani began to work with the art dealer Paul Guillaume and was also supported by the Polish poet Léopold Zborovski and his wife, doing many portraits of both. Modigliani's first one-man show was opened by the Galerie Berthe Weill on 3 December 1917 but was closed after only a few hours because his nudes caused a public scandal. Modigliani left Paris while it was under German siege in 1918 and went to Nice with his mistress, Jeanne Hébuterne. There he did some of his best known pictures and some of his few landscapes. A daughter was born to him in Nice. In May 1919 Modigliani returned to Paris and went to England several times, thus ensuring the successful sale of his work there. Early in 1920, however, Modigliani again fell ill of tuberculosis and died in Paris on 24 January. Video Provided by Allpaintings Art Portal (www.allpaintings****) Music by Gotan Project, La Revancha Del Tango
27 Aug 2009
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May 25, 2008 Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall, NYC
29 Aug 2008
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Liam and Shaggy close the show with a new puppet music video of our friend and Urban Folk cover troubadour John Houx and our puppet host Edgar doing a rendition of Mack The Knife from The Threepenny Opera by Kurt Weill and Bertolt Brecht.
7 Aug 2008
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Liam and Shaggy open the show with their comments on the latest news including Morgan Freeman, Shia LaBoeuf, 50 Cent, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Wall-E, Paris Hilton and John McCain, Seth Rogen, Lydia Hearst and Aubrey O'Day. Liam and Shaggy present another one of downtownTV**** Music Video Pixs: "Tak O Tak" by Stricken City. Liam and Shaggy close the show with a new puppet music video of our friend and Urban Folk cover troubadour John Houx and our puppet host Edgar doing a rendition of "Mack The Knife" from The Threepenny Opera by Kurt Weill and Bertolt Brecht.
22 Apr 2009
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SHOW DE IMAGENES CON TRANSISIONES Y EFECTOS ESPECIALES Suscribir Anular suscripción AnotacionesDe: solcito138 Añadido: 02 de septiembre de 2008 (más información) (menos información) ¿Quieres suscribirte? ¡Accede a YouTube ya! Acceder con tu cuenta de Google! Desde muy joven, Domenico quería ser actor. En 1951,... Desde muy joven, Domenico quería ser actor. En 1951, después de terminar el servicio militar y gracias a una beca, accedió al Centro Experimental de Cinematografía de Roma, apareciendo más tarde en unas cuantas películas. Después de protagonizar Il mantello rosso (La capa roja), inició su carrera de cantante. En la década de los 50 se hizo muy popular en los Estados Unidos. Se convirtió en uno de los protagonistas de la música ligera internacional cuando, con Nel blu dipinto di blu (más conocida como Volare), triunfó en el Festival de Sanremo de 1958 junto a Johnny Dorelli. Con esta misma canción, participó también el Festival de la Canción de Eurovisión de ese mismo año, quedando en tercera posición (de diez). En 1960 se le acusó de plagiar la canción de un compositor de ópera, aunque se le declaró inocente. Ganó tres veces más el Festival de Sanremo con Piove (1959, nuevamente con Johny Dorelli), Addio, addio (1962, en compañía de Claudio Villa) y Dio, come ti amo (1966, juntamente con Gigliola Cinquetti). En Eurovisión volvió a participar en 1959 y 1966. Actor teatral y cinematográfico, apareció en la comedia musical Rinaldo in campo (1961), de Garinei e Giovannini, y en Liolà, adaptación de la célebre ópera de Luigi Pirandello. En el cine interpretó Il giudizio universale de Vittorio De Sica, mientras que de 1973 a 1976 fue Mackie Messer en la Opera da tre soldi de Kurt Weill y Bertolt Brecht, dirigida por Giorgio Strehler. Pier Paolo Pasolini usó canciones de Modugno para la banda sonora de Pajaritos y Pajarracos, una de sus películas fundamentales. Artista conocidísimo y de gran presencia escénica, se recuerdan, entre otras canciones, La lontananza (La distancia es como el viento), Piove (Ciao, ciao bambina) (Llueve), Vecchio frack (Viejo frack), Resta cu' mme (Quédate Conmigo) (en idioma napoletano), Dio, come ti amo (Dios, cómo te amo), Piange il telefono (Llora el teléfono), Un calcio alla città (Un puntapié a la ciudad), Lu pisci spada (El pez espada) (en idioma siciliano) y Come hai fatto (Como has hecho). Domenico Modugno sufrió un ictus en 1984 y fue forzado a dejar la actividad artística. Se dedicó a la política y fue elegido parlamentario en la lista del Partido Radical Italiano de 1987 a 1992. Entre algunos de sus reconocimientos post-morten, en el 50º Aniversario del Festival de Eurovisión, celebrado en 2005, se nombró a Volare como la mejor canción de la Historia del concurso tras Waterloo de ABBA. Además esta valoración venía a hacer "justicia" con el cero que Domenico obtuvo en el Festival de Eurovisión de 1966 con Dio come ti amo, con el cual se sintió profundamente dolido. En 2008 además, el Ministerio de Comunicación de Italia distribuirá sus sellos musicales.
19 Sep 2008
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3 Apr 2009
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YAS CORTES DUO/MARIA ANTONIETA CORTES/OSCAR YAS/1996/WEILL RECITAL HALL at CARNEGIE HALL/MANHATTAN/www.yascortes****/yascortesaol****
19 May 2009
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In this video Sanford Weill thanks his favorite teacher, Mr. Clare Frantz, for inspiring him to aim for success. View more inspirational stories about teachers and even share one of your own at *******myteachermyhero****.
20 Oct 2009
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In this latest podcast in Community Health Charities’ Charity Spotlight series, our host asks the question “How would I know if I am at risk for HIV and what would I do if I tested positive?” The answers are provided by a Professor of Medicine at Weill Cornell Medical College, who is also a Senior Scientist with amfAR. amfAR is world’s largest private research organization dedicated to AIDS research for prevention, treatment, and someday – a cure.
2 Dec 2011
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Community Health Charities is pleased to welcome a Professor of Medicine at Weill Cornell Medical College and Senior Scientist with amfAR. A Community Health Charities member, amfAR is world’s largest private research organization dedicated to AIDS research for prevention, treatment, and someday – a cure. Our podcast host met with him to discuss the cutting edge HIV/AIDS research and treatment have turned what was once a certain death sentence into a manageable chronic condition.
16 Dec 2011
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Dean Laurie Glimcher speaks with Dr. Ash Tewari, the Ronald P. Lynch Professor of Urologic Oncology at Weill Cornell and director of the LeFrak Center for Robotic Surgery who is now the founding director of the new Center for Prostate Cancer Treatment New York.
8 Feb 2013
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