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18:53

LifeStyle

The reasons our hair falls out more in the autumn

SUR

There is a saying in Spanish which roughly translates as "in aubergine season, women lose their hair" and in this case, as so often happens, the old wives' tales happen to be right. Whereas we ordinarily lose about 100 hairs a day, in autumn it can b

18:32

Local

Lack of control causes rise in numbers of wild boar in urban areas on the Costa del Sol

IGNACIO LILLO / HÉCTOR BARBOTTA

...from feeding wild animals While some local residents like to see them, others are not happy and regularly complain to their local town halls because they are afraid of being attacked in the parks or that the animals will cause traffic accidents. In ... those that cause problems in urban areas. So far about 60 animals have been killed in this way in particularly problematic areas and their meat, when it was suitable for consumption, has been donated to soup kitchens. However, this team is currently

14:51

LifeStyle

Migraine: a complex puzzle

ROCÍO MENDOZA

Spanish Migraine and Headache Association (Aemice), stands out: it shows that stress is perceived as one of the main causes. Or to put it another way, 78 per cent of those who participated described it as such. Studies and statistics About 75% of ... mechanism. They all aim to regulate the body's response, but not on the cause because this is unknown. Neurologists have responded positively to the idea of psychological therapies to control stress, if that is considered a determining factor. There

13:40

Local

Cudeca appeals for funds to continue its home care programme

ANA PÉREZ-BRYAN

...www.sunflowereffect.org, is Fundación La Caixa and Caixabank, who have donated 30,000 euros to the cause and made it possible for people to donate via Caixabank cash machines or in person at its branches. The 101 TV channel is also collaborating by hosting a fundraising

01:28

LifeStyle

'Skin needs to be clean and hydrated so the mask doesn't cause damage'

ANA PÉREZ-BRYAN

...conditions, can cause problems. Dr Leandro Martínez, the director of the Dermatology Clinical Management Unit at the Regional Hospital, discusses these matters in this interview. What did you think of the decision to make masks obligatory in Andalucía? It ... cream on before the mask, but always letting it be absorbed first. Do hand sanitisers also cause problems? Yes, there are people who are washing their hands excessively or using too much hydroalcoholic gel, and that can cause damage to the lipid ... mantel which protects the skin. You need to use gels which don't have a high alcohol content and use cream after washing your hands. Oh, and dry them very well too, because the damp can cause irritative dermatitis. In fact, we are seeing more problems and

15:58

Local

Man found dead in car in Mijas died of natural causes

Fernando Torres / álvaro frías

The 38-year-old man found lifeless inside his car last Saturday in Mijas died of natural causes, the autopsy has confirmed. According to SUR sources, the man suffered a heart attack. The Guardia Civil were alerted to the vehicle by a resident of

19:52

Local

Gas leak possible cause of explosion in Marbella apartment

charo Márquez marbella

Residents were evacuated after an explosion in an apartment in the Marbella neighbourhood of Divina Pastora during the early hours of Monday morning. It is thought that a gas leak was to blame. "The explosion could have killed me," said a residen

10:44

Local

Fog causes 17 flights to be diverted from Malaga Airport

IGNACIO LILLO

Malaga city, as well as various points of the Guadalhorce valley and the Costa del Sol, woke up to thick fog for the second successive morning on Wednesday. The phenomenon, known as 'taró', was reported as far back as Phoenician times and is a type