New Survey Finds the Majority of Women Have a Strong Emotional Connection to their Cervix, But Most Do Not Understand Its Important Health Benefits
National Women's Health Resource Center Launches Campaign to Teach Women about Cervical Health
In a survey released today by the not-for-profit National Women's Health Resource Center (NWHRC), over eighty percent (81%) of women say they know what their cervix is, feel the cervix is as important as having healthy breasts (88%), and say it is an important factor to them feeling like a woman (51%). Yet less than half recognize several of the specific functions of the cervix or know the various benefits this important body part has to their health. To fill this knowledge gap, NWHRC has just launched a new cervical health campaign to educate women about its many functions and benefits.
This video holds very strong emotions, the bond between a father and a son who get very little time to spend with each other.
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SEPTEMBER 11th There have been, as there should be, many commemorations of the tragic events of September 11th, 2001. Each of us, Americans and citizens of every other country, has strong emotions tied to that day: the sheer horror of the pictures burned into our memories; the frustration, depression and anger engendered by senseless, inhuman violence; the urge to understand what it meant, what it means, and how that understanding should guide our actions as individuals and as nations. In hosting this commemorative art exhibit at the Johns Hopkins Bologna Center, our aims are modest but we hope meaningful. Andrea Benettis and Lanfranco Di Ricos delicate and thoughtful evocation provides us a visual interpretation that we hope can take the viewer beyond the starker images of that day while still providing a link for our own memories and a stimulus to our own interpretation of that world-changing event we will forever call 9-11. The Bologna Center is grateful to the artists for giving us the opportunity to serve as a venue for a public showing of their original works, and to the Associazione-Italo Americana Luciano Finelli for organizing the display and the activities around it. Kenneth H. Keller Director Johns Hopkins University Bologna Center ooooooooooooooooooooo Art and Peace: a single message of love The works created by Andrea Benetti and Lanfranco Di Rico to commemorate the victims of September 11th 2001 and to give a sign of solidarity to the people of United States, unleash intense feelings of suffering and anguish; but at the same time they demonstrate hope and with a shout they invoke peace, placing it above all else as a life priority. Peace is the manifesto of Andrea Benettis art, because he promotes at every occasion and he places it at the foundation of his artistic expression; no one better than Lanfranco Di Rico could have joined up with Benetti to assemble this complex work, because Di Ricos theological training (he is laureate in theology at the Sacra Universita Pontificia of the Vatican) has prepared him to place peace and a love for his neighbor above all else. Besides the notable creative content offered by these works, the technique used is excellent, expressed through painting, incision and material manipulation. It is a perfect meeting of the two artists who each managed their own artistic ambits (Benetti painting, Di Rico sculpture); forms and colors that intertwine masterfully in this exhibit. So appreciation for these works runs along multiple paths that go from the message that inspired them, to the excellent creation of the works; to the technique and choice of color, to the creative integration that the two artists have achieved, melding their knowledge and skills into the works of art they present in this show. I remember something Benetti said that I found remarkable for its simplicity and strength. He said it when he first presented this exhibit at the Peoples Museum of Abruzzo in Pescara: I feel that art must always offer an answer that contrasts violence and hatred; certainly not the only answer, but arts answer must exist, strong and firm, as witness to the love that it has for life, always firm in refusing and denouncing every action of injustice, cruelty and death and to announce a message of life and peace. Gregorio Rossi Curator Museum of Contemporary Italian Art in America ooooooooooooo ANDREA BENETTI Via F. Zanardi, 56/4 40131 - Bologna Tel. +393389290128 infoandreabenetti****
There has been an ever present strategy in Washington to lead us down a road of fear and despair, if and only if America doesn't respond immediately to any threats that surface. Being wary is alright, but there is a key ingredient missing in the practice of informing people of looming crisis or failure: information. Many government leaders inundate Americans with headline statements that infuse fear and strong emotions in folks that gives leadership a "blank check" on policies that they want implemented.
You’re in a normal setting – maybe a coffee shop, a classroom, even a party. You borrow a friend’s ring and hold it very fairly – nothing to hide. Suddenly, you give it a gentle horizontal spin and slowly move your hands away – the ring is now floating. Imagine that it continues to spin – without you touching it! The ring hovers up and down above your hand, from one hand to another, and slowly lands on your own finger! Now get this: You instantly repeat it, and end up with the ring floating onto the spectator’s own finger! Sounds impossible? Believe it or not, it’s easy to master! This levitation has it all. It’s fun, mysterious, edgy, and leaves a strong emotional impact.
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Scorpio the scorpion is the most intense, profound, powerful character in the zodiac. Common strong points are determination, strong emotion and intuition, power and passion and also excitement and magnetism. But, if you know any Scorpios, you also know that they have their weaknesses too
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Empathy can be a strong emotion. In this powerful video, a California Brain Injury Attorney opens up about what drives him to seek the highest settlements possible for his clients.
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Created by Vivian Chan for the SMASH! 2010 AMV Competition.
Anime Sources used: Final Fantasy XIII
Description by Vivan: The song has a lot of strong emotions in both the lyrics and the rhythm and I wanted to use that along with final fantasy xiii because the storyline is very heartfelt one. I gave this video a lot of my time, love and devotion so I hope you guys like it as much as I do!
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10th March 2006, Olympic Stadium, Turin, Italy.
30,000 people in the Stadium, 945 athletes participating, more than 2,500 volunteers on stage.TV broadcasted in 97 countries. The Ceremony that "broke all barriers" opened the IX Paralympic Games with strong emotions and great protagonists, by mixing ability and disability.
AWARD: 2006 Best Event Award for creative idea.