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Bodies The Exhibition by PJ S. Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 16 Oct 2008 7:58pm I attended "Bodies: The Exhibition" at the Cincinnati Museum Center on Saturday. Given my life long fascination with the nueromuscular system, I found it absolutely amazing...I would highly recommend seeing it. Here are some of my random thoughts regarding the exhibition: 1. The majority of males who want to put on lean muscle tissue fo ... Read on »
Bodies Exhibit by Greg T. Patient Expert Posted Wed 14 Jan 2009 8:40pm The Carnegie Science Center will open its controversial bodies exhibit on October 8. The Pittsburgh post-Gazette has a nice article regarding the exhibit this morning. I personally have mixed feelings when it comes to this exhibit. I believe it is an excellent teaching tool offering an unprecedented view of the human body including health ... Read on »
The Bodies Exhibition- Las Vegas by aimilino01 Patient Expert Posted Fri 26 Sep 2008 5:16pm I got back from my weekend in Vegas last night. Overall I consider the trip a great success. Certainly not anxiety free, but I had no full blown panic attacks. Here is what I did to help me this time. I printed out my last post that I had prepared ahead of time and kept it in my back pocket at all times. I read it every morning before ... Read on »
The Bodies Exhibition- Las Vegas by aimilino01 Patient Expert Posted Thu 02 Oct 2008 6:16pm I got back from my weekend in Vegas last night. Overall I consider the trip a great success. Certainly not anxiety free, but I had no full blown panic attacks. Here is what I did to help me this time. I printed out my last post that I had prepared ahead of time and kept it in my back pocket at all times. I read it every morning b ... Read on »
Bodies-The Exhibition by Mark 7 Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 26 Aug 2008 4:36pm There is a great new display coming to San Diego beginning today. Check out the web-site below and decide for yourself. http://www.bodiestheexhibition.com/bodies.html If anybody decides to go we will all be waiting for your review. I hope to take my daughter before it's gone. Read on »
Bodies-The Exhibition by Mark 7 Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 18 Nov 2009 10:02pm There is a great new display coming to San Diego beginning today. Check out the web-site below and decide for yourself. http://www.bodiestheexhibition.com/bodies.html If anybody decides to go we will all be waiting for your review. I hope to take my daughter before it's gone. Read on »
Body Worlds Vital Exhibit Now Open by Randall LaFrom Posted Fri 19 Nov 2010 6:52pm The Body Worlds Vital exhibit recently had its world premiere at The Tech Museum in San Jose. As a cosmetic and implant dentist , I am always looking for new ways to educate my patients about their bodies. After all, your oral health has a huge impact on your overall health and well being. Based on the original Body Worlds Exhibit that pr ... Read on »
Body’s largest organ, the skin, gets its own exhibition by Peter Beard Patient Expert Posted Mon 28 Jun 2010 12:00am The skin is the body’s largest organ, but a new exhibition in London reveals how it is often the most overlooked organ, which people seem to take for granted. The exhibition at the Wellcome Collection, London has put the human skin under the spotlight highlighting what a crucial part of the body it is. The human skin prevents in ... Read on »
Winter Exhibition at Wellcome Trust: Foreign Bodies, Common Ground by h2cm Posted Mon 25 Nov 2013 7:17pm INTERPERSONAL : SCIENCES SOCIOLOGY : POLITICALindividual Art in Global Health: Reflections The exhibition brings together artworks including painting, photography, sculpture, film and performance, made during residencies at medical research centres funded by the Wellcome Trust in Kenya, Malawi, South Africa, Thailand, ... Read on »
The Fantastic Human Body by Imre Kissik and Andras Szekely Patient Expert Posted Tue 25 Nov 2008 10:31am In light of the recent Bodies exhibition I saw in Budapest, Hungary, and the latest edition of the Saw series, I warmly welcomed a recent post on Mediq about a Thai artist , Kittiwat Unarrom, who literally bakes human body parts from good-old-fashioned bread. I believe this picture describes it best: Further reading: Thai Artist B ... Read on »