Tag: "painting" at medical news
Eye diseases gave great painters different vision of their work, Stanford ophthalmologist says
...f artists. "The fact is that these artists weren't painting
in this manner totally for artistic reasons." De...ity. "Reds had begun to look muddy," he wrote. "My painting
was getting more and more darkened." He was forced to rely on the labels on the tubes of paint in pl...
Early sex may lead teens to delinquency, study shows
...cipated in a variety of delinquent acts, including painting
graffiti, deliberately damaging property, stealing, or selling drugs. The study found that youth who had their sexual debut between the first and second surveys showed a 58 percent increase in delinquency compared to those who remained virgins. Bu...
Medicalize me: Experts look at how our perceptions of illness are shaped
...and wellness. But the authors also warn against painting
this phenomenon with an entirely negative brush. The same drugs that treat deviances from social norms also help many people live their lives, they write. While the old definition of medicalization painted patients as the victims, the new model gives...
Aussie of the Year announces new vaccine trial
...nventional wart treatments of freezing, burning or painting
visible warts with acid might not switch off the active infection. The 18-month trial will be launched in conjunction with Wartfest, an annual expo about new developments and treatments for warts, HPV and cancer, featuring expert speakers from Austr...
Academy conference examines how our brains view art & the dynamic interface between art and science
...a's smile? Why does a field of poppies in a Monet painting
appear to wave? Though we are not often conscious of it, our appreciation of art is entirely dependent on the organization of visual-image processing in our brains. Our eyes and brain must coordinate in order to perceive line, depth and color, and ...