Disease forced Berlin teacher Sybille Gutsch to give up her profession. But she learned to walk again - and then to dance. As long as she can move to music, she forgets her pain.
Three well-known choreographers of contemporary dance take a stab at Beethoven's "Great Fugue" in a fascinating experiment by the Lyon Opera.
Anyone who is sedentary for an extended period runs the risk of his arms or legs falling asleep. How exactly does that happen and are there any risks?
The issue of anti-Semitism has long been delicately danced around at the Richard Wagner Festival, but stage director Barrie Kosky tackles it straight on - with results that make one stop and think.
For the first time in Germany, a court has allowed a patient to cultivate their own cannabis for medicinal purposes. The 53-year-old man suffers from multiple sclerosis (MS).
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