Autunno d’arte a Milano

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Milano riprende quota. Dopo alcune stagioni di rassegne irrilevanti e mostre “vorrei ma non posso” (nomi di grande richiamo, ma pochissimo arrosto), ha approntato un menu autunnale di tutto rispetto, in cui la parte del leone spetta, com’è giusto che sia, a Palazzo Reale. Lì davvero c’è l’imbarazzo della scelta: tre mostre una più interessante dell’altra. La più grande è dedicata, fino al 2 febbraio prossimo, a Marc Chagall e al suo fiabesco, soave intreccio di suggestioni slave, mitteleuropee ed ebraiche.

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            Marc Chagall, La passeggiata, 1917-1918, olio su tela, State Russian Museum, San Pietroburgo © Chagall ®, by SIAE 2014
 Ben 220 dipinti, tra cui moltissimi capolavori provenienti dai maggiori musei del mondo, illustrano temi e magistero dell’artista russo. Difficile fare meglio.

Poi c’è il grande Van Gogh, sia pure limitato a uno dei suoi Leitmotiv: l’infuocato rapporto con la natura e le stagioni, lo sguardo d’amore sulla vita…

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Did you take the Gardasil Cervarix HPV Vaccine Survey? @ChanatLucine @HormonesMatter @LucineWoman

Originally posted on DES Daughter Network:

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Hormones Matter has been struck by the depth and breadth of adverse events experienced by young girls and women who have been given the HPV vaccines Gardasil or Cervarix.

At Hormones Matter we have been struck by the depth and breadth of adverse events experienced by young girls and women who have been given the HPV vaccines Gardasil or Cervarix. Anecdotal evidence is great, but objective data are better. We must resolve this issue, our daughter’s lives depend upon it.

We need your help to gather the data to understand the real prevalence of side-effects, the range and severity of side-effects and who is most at risk for these complications. Please take this survey and share it with your friends, sisters, colleagues and anyone you know who has been given the HPV vaccine. We will need thousands of women to find the connections. That requires crowdsourcing and sharing amongst…

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Silent Sorority: a book by @PamelaJeanne about coming to terms with failed #fertility treatments

Originally posted on DES Daughter Network:

A Barren Woman Gets Busy, Angry, Lost and Found

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About selling the fantasy of fertility and coming to terms with failed fertility treatments…

From celebrity and news magazines to TV programs to Facebook pages and mommy blogs, family-building successes are routinely and glowingly shared and celebrated. But where are the voices of those who are unable to have children? In relating what happens when nature and science find their limits, the award-winning memoir Silent Sorority examines a seldom acknowledged outcome and raises provocative, often uncomfortable questions usually reserved for late night reflection or anonymous blogging. Outside of the physical reckoning there lies the challenge of moving forward in a society that doesn’t know how to handle the awkwardness of infertility.

With no Emily Post-like guidelines for supporting couples who can’t conceive, most well-intentioned “fertile” people miss the mark. Silent Sorority provides an unflinching and insightful look at adjusting to…

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The Picardie

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Cave a Jazz

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