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16:48

Opinion

Going nuclear

mik woolley

...stations and can import medical isotopes it doesn’t produce itself, for example cancer treatment. Since these decay rapidly they must be shipped within a day or even hours of need. The UK government believes Euratom membership is legally tied to EU

10:04

LifeStyle

Farewell to a legendary generation

TONY BRYANT music

...died at his New York apartment on 10 January after an eighteen-month battle with liver cancer. In typical Bowie style, there was no lavish funeral or service of any kind. His body was cremated just hours after his death. Because of Bowie's refusal ... Ironically, nine months later, on 7 December, his band mate, Greg Lake, died after a long battle with cancer, making the group's drummer, Carl Palmer, the only surviving member of the band. Two American music legends were next on this ever-growing list. ... poet, Leonard Cohen, died at the age of 82 in his home in Los Angeles. Cancer was the contributing cause. Cohen, considered one of the most influential poets of our time, received the Prince of Asturias Award for Literature in 2011. On Christmas Eve,

10:04

LifeStyle

Cider vinegar, the cure-all

Denise Bush

...lower blood pressure, and even shrink cancer cells. However, one of the benefits attributed to drinking diluted ACV is of particular interest at this time of year; it is said to detox the liver after over-indulging.

12:49

LifeStyle

Myths and truths about flu and the common cold

SUR

...different types of cancer and cardiovascular problems, it is also an enemy when combating less important illnesses like flu and colds, and not just because it produces a change in the immune system. Studies show that smokers, especially the most inveterate

14:15

Local

Pablo Ráez's brave fight comes to an end but his legacy lives on

MÓNICA PÉREZ / SUR marbella

...people have taken to social media and the internet to ask for Pablo's memory and his fight against his cancer to live on. On Monday alone, 22 different petitions were started on website change.org related to Pablo. These ranged from naming a street after ... efforts to raise awareness of his illness and cancer suffering in general. Pablo García from Marbella wrote on the petition that he created to have the local hospital named after Pablo that he "demonstrated day after day the example of life, overcoming

16:23

LifeStyle

Gamel Woolsey, the burning poet

Alberto gómez

Queipo de Llano: “He had a tremendous fascination for us, we could never resist him; he could “tear a cat”, as Shakespeare says. But unfortunately, it was real”. After returning to Malaga, Gamel Woolsey died of cancer in 1968. Brenan’s diaries reveal

09:21

LifeStyle

"It is not a good thing to abuse sunshine, but nor is it good not to use it enough"

MIGUEL A. OESTE interview

...read that according to dermatologist Lola Bou, the skin has a memory and every time it burns, even when you are a child, it can lead to cancer later in life. Is that correct? –The skin obviously does have a memory, but you can’t go through your whole ... life thinking that you are definitely going to have skin cancer in the future. It is more likely if you have suffered from sunburn, which is why you should try to avoid burning by using protection and only exposing your skin to the sun when the rays are

17:01

LifeStyle

Fats that help to lose weight

INÉS GALLASTEGUI

...carbohydrates to lose weight? Starting from the premise that obesity is even less healthy - in Spain obesity is, after smoking, the second cause of preventable death from diabetes, cancer and cardiovascular illness - the option is not to be entirely discounted.

11:44

LifeStyle

Learning to live with pain

M. ÁNGELES GONZÁLEZ

...switch which affects the intensity of the pain,” he said. These patients often feel very alone and they isolate themselves, which makes the pain even worse. Lumbago Most of the patients they see (90 per cent) are not cancer patients and the most