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Near Death Experiences

PRESENTED ON SEP 27, 2018
IN DUBUQUE @ VOL 13

Anthony Frenzel looks back at two near-death experiences he lived through. Speaking about his struggle to live a healthy life with diabetes, he shares the mistakes, what they cost him, and how he plans to never face death from ketoacidosis again.

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From Cradle to Grave

BY TIM HAMMER
@ VOL 20 ON NOV 20, 2013

Tim Hammer of Hospzstiftung explains the aims of the hospice program, and how it is intended to give everyone dignity during their final journey. Hospizstiftung puts the comfort, physical needs, and social needs of its patients at the center of attention. 

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Slipping Through My Fingers

BY DENISE KARABINUS
@ VOL 17 ON APR 12, 2013

Denise Karabinus is a visual artist specializing in drawing and sculptural prints. She recently completed an artist residency at the Quimby Colony in Portland Maine and has lived in many art communities over the past few years. She talks about her painful experiences of developing rheumatoid arthritis and the death of her newborn son through her artwork to express a feeling of helplessness and vulnerability and trying to repair something that can not be repaired.

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Expériences de Mort Imminente - Considérations Actuelles (Near-Death Experiences - Current Update)

BY VANESSA CHARLAND - VERVILLE
@ VOL 1 ON NOV 20, 2014

Vanessa Charland du Coma Science Group à l’Université de Liège nous présente un survol du statut scientifque actuel au sujet Expériences de Mort imminente et des questions dualistes.

Vanessa Charland from the Coma Science Group in University of Liege, Belgium, offers an overview on what science has now to say about Near-Death Experiences and dualistic questioning.

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Prescription Drugs : Pay or Die

BY JULIANA KEEPING
@ VOL 4 ON OCT 29, 2015

Juliana Keeping is an Oklahoma City-based mom and journalist. Her son Eli, 3, has cystic fibrosis, a rare and fatal genetic lung illness. Juliana speaks out against U.S. drug price insanity after her insurer denied an expensive drug that could have helped to protect her son’s lungs.

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Mediating the anxiety of death through art and travelling

BY KATYA VENTER
@ VOL 13 ON OCT 20, 2016

Katya Venter discusses the research done for her Master’s degree about mediating the awareness of her own finitude and death through art and travelling.

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Death Riders in India

BY CARL HJELTE
@ VOL 51 ON JUN 02, 2015

Swedish photographer Carl Hjelte takes us on a journey in India. Motorcycles, death riders & snakes!

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The wonder of life and death

BY AMY CADD
@ VOL 27 ON DEC 13, 2018

Amy Cadd is a Palliative Care Nurse, mother, Professional Art Manager, Writer and Speaker. Her extensive nursing career highlights her capacity across various fields including Hospitals, Clinics, Mental Health Facilities, a Maximum Security Prison and the Community. She is passionate about positive palliative outcomes and experiences for clients and their families. Amy’s work brings her to the coalface of life and death - the realities and regrets, relationships and raw emotions. In this presentation she shares some of her insights about what happens when you’ve lost your wonder with the world, and how to get it back.

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We need to talk about death

BY DEBBIE COLLINS
@ VOL 3 ON APR 11, 2019

Debbie Collins’ talk is about the need to talk about death in order to help face our own mortality as a way to engage more deeply with life, balancing deep joy with suffering. 

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Self-Care

BY CHIQUITTA CARROLL
@ VOL 14 ON JAN 24, 2019

Chiquitta Carroll speaks about self-care and massage therapy.