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20:20

LifeStyle

Keeping cholesterol under control

CARMEN BARREIRO

...concepts, about which there is a great deal of confusion. Firstly, bear in mind that cholesterol is a natural fat substance which is present in all the cells in the body and is also necessary for the body to function correctly. "Most of it is produced in ... cholesterol or 'bad' cholesterol, I'm sure you will have heard of it. "We can say that what high intensity, or good, cholesterol does is remove the cholesterol that isn't used from inside the cells, remove it from the circulatory system and return it to the ... liver to be stored or expelled through the bile, while the low intensity, or bad LDL, transports new cholesterol from the liver to the inside of the cells," says Dr Macaya. Obstruction of the arteries And why is it so dangerous to have high levels

14:30

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"Within two years stem cells will be used to help the heart recover from a heart attack"

ÁNGEL ESCALERA

The use of stem cells is opening a way to the treatment and cure of different illnesses, and this was discussed last weekend at a conference on regenerative medicine and cellular therapy in Fuengirola. The president of the Spanish Society of ... Regenerative Medicine and Cellular Therapy, Miguel Garber, says major advances have been made in the use of stem cells. Why was Fuengirola chosen again for this conference, after it took place here last year? The first conference was a success, with more ... need to focus on? Although the treatments with stem cells have shown scientific evidence that they do cure illnesses, we need more cases to be analysed to be able to determine that this type of therapy definitely functions. What illnesses could

19:14

National

Claims that a Spanish antiviral drug can reduce the viral load of Covid-19 by 99 per cent

ÁLVARO SOTO

...refers to the amount of virus in an infected person's blood and the news was supported by the publication of an article in the journal Science. Plitidepsin works by blocking the protein eEF1A, which is found in human cells and is used by SARS-CoV-2 to ... reproduce and infect other cells. PharmaMar now wants clinical trials in humans to begin. "We believe that our data and the initial positive results from the PharmaMar clinical trial suggest that plitidepsin should be seriously considered to expand

13:55

National

Europe begins the authorisation process for the Russian Sputnik V vaccine

MELCHOR SÁIZ-PARDO / ÁLVARO SOTO

...agency said that the first studies are encouraging because "they indicate that Sputnik V triggers the production of antibodies and immune cells that target the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus and can help protect against Covid." "The EMA will evaluate the data

13:57

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A boy with leukemia has been cured by a new genetic treatment

SUR

...recovered and is now living normally with his parents and younger sister. CAR-T 19 is a therapy which helps the patient's immune system to recognise, attack and destroy cancer cells in a guided manner. It consists of extracting blood from the patient by ... laboratory so they express the CAR-T receptor on the surface; this has the ability to recognise the tumoural CD19 antigen and destroy the cancerous cells. Once modified genetically, through a process which can take from two to four weeks, the lymphocytes

17:08

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Why do we get grey hairs?

CARMEN BARREIRO

...of unsuitable shampoos or contamination: they appear more yellowy in colour. "That's why it is always best to use products which are designed specifically for grey hair," he says. Why does hair lose its colour? Because the melanocytes - the cells

18:16

Local

The fight against Covid has its roots in Antequera

ANTONIO J. GUERRERO

When asked what makes the Moderna vaccine different to others, she says it is based on a mechanism called MRMA, a small genetic material which, when in contact with the immune cells, develops antibodies to protect when there is infection. After the

12:15

LifeStyle

Hearts that lose their rhythm

ELENA MARTÍN

Norwegian experts. Recommendations for better sleep are: keep regular hours, avoid heavy meals in the evening, and take exercise. Don’t smoke Mortality. Three times the risk Research has shown that tobacco speeds up the heart, damages the cells that