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Screening & interaction/ Going Home/ Jayesh Akhargekar

Jayesh Akhargekar, to capture shades of human emotions through cinema joined Satyajit Ray Film & Television Institute – SRFTI, Kolkata, Kolkata completing post graduation in Cinema (Direction & Screenplay Writing) at the institute in 2015 and Documentary direction from VGIK, Russian State University of Cinematography, Moscow. 52 more words

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Fact Check: Is there any way to screen Syrian refugees?

Despite the extensive security screening that refugees must go through before entering the US, Republican politicians and candidates continue to spout the untruth that there is no way to screen Syrian refugees. 371 more words


The politics of PSA testing

We continue to see a steady stream of articles in the cancer literature that appears to be designed to influence the thinking of the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) as they reconsider the value of PSA testing in assessment of risk for prostate cancer. 336 more words


If You Knew Me We Would Go To A Movie

Life is filled with all sorts of wonderful adventures. Sometimes it’s nice to just sit back and watch one happen. I’m taking about sitting down and watching a movie. 186 more words

Thing about Needle Phobia

If you have needle phobia, you’ll understand my pain. I had my EMGS medical screening today, as I mentioned earlier, and obviously I had to take a blood test. 173 more words


Emotional Topographies animation by Christopher Willey at UW-Sheboygan

Join us for a special screening of Christopher Willey’s “Emotional Topographies I: I dont’ know how many are down” digital animation on August 11 at 6:30pm at the UW-Sheboygan Fine Arts Building, One University Drive in Sheboygan. 


Covering Your Health - 7/19/16

Here’s a look at tonight’s Covering Your Health.