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15:31

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Give your body ammunition to fight viruses

rocío mendoza

cells that takes on a pathogen) depends on many factors. Genetics, sex, previous exposure to viruses and bacteria, hormonal status, vaccinations, smoking, alcohol consumption or obesity all play a part. In the case of Covid-19, age is proving to be one ... of the most important ones. Although the army of cells able to recognise different antigens is greater in an elderly person (because his or her system has reacted to more situations throughout life), the capacity of the cells to react is less. In ... the young it’s the opposite: the cells have less experience with viruses, but more vigour to cope with them. That aside, there’s one thing that’s still in our hands. We can choose to feed that army well; the army which, if necessary, will have to

13:04

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How to lose weight and keep it off

TATE MCCLELLAN

...fights to protect fat deposits. This enzyme is activated constantly with another hormone - Noradrenaline. As a result, any diet burns fat only partially, but it affects the highly desirable muscle mass. Also, once fat cells are in the body, they cannot be ... highly active enzyme LPL ensures that fat cells are getting filled quickly. As a result, those pounds, which were lost with enormous effort, come back with a vengeance. Those who jump from one diet to another run the risk of damaging their metabolism -

12:07

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The many myths about hair and how to care for it

CARMEN BARREIRO

...not the ends and that is what determines how it grows, by multiplying its cells. "In other words, it is going to grow at the same rate, whether we have just had it cut or we never cut it. What happens is that hair becomes finer at the ends and if we ... says Ángela Hermosa. The only factor which can slow down growth is age. "As we get older, the metabolism of the cells in the root of the hair gets slower, so it is normal for older people to only have to colour their hair every two or even three

13:23

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Haematologists apply a technique to show whether leukaemia will return

ÁNGEL ESCALERA

...markers that enable doctors to see whether or not residual cells from the illness remain following a bone marrow transplant from a compatible donor. Detection A haematopoietic chimerism survey through digital PCR means that residual cells can be ... bone marrow transplants took part in this latest stage of the project. Therapeutic measures Once the haemotologists have found, through this technology, that the transplant patient still has sick cells of their own as well as those from the donor, ... and that these grow progressively more during the monitoring period compared with the healthy cells, they take therapeutic measures such as a reduction of immunosuppression or an infusion of lymphocytes from the donor to try to prevent relapse. "At

20:20

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Scientific studies show that red wine prevents Alzheimer's disease

J. V. MUÑOZ-LACUNA

University of Castilla-La Mancha and one of the founders of the project, said: "Resveratrol is capable of acting on the brain in a way similar to the natural messenger molecules in cells and can contribute towards alleviating the effect of degeneration and

12:07

National

Subsidies now available for buyers of sustainable vehicles

IGNACIO LILLO

...lorries and vans which use alternative fuels such as gas. The list even includes cars propelled by hydrogen fuel cells, even though few of those are available on the market. The subsidies are processed by the dealers themselves, but the scheme is not as ... hydrogen fuel cells ae also eligible for a grant of 5,500 euros. There are also further discounts for purchasers with physical disability and those with large families.

10:43

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Depression increases deaths from cancer

DOMÉNICO CHIAPPE

Prize for Medicine in 2009, together with Carol Greider. "A telomere is the cap of the chromosome, like the end of a shoelace, comprised of protective cells - nucleotides - which stops them unrolling or sticking to others," said Blackburn during her ... sound a note of caution. "There are currently clinical tests at an initial stage which indicate that this would be difficult to achieve because the stem cells in our body, the ones that send information to the rest of the cells, need natural telomerase ... to function. That means that if we were to inhibit the cancer cells, it could also affect the stem cells as well," she explains. One recent piece of research, which this scientist cites as a specific example of the application of her finding,

18:37

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Heart attack hour

FERMÍN APEZTEGUÍA

...moment when the brain decides it has had enough time sleeping. At that moment there is an increase of catecholamines in the blood; this is a substance - actually hormones - produced by the nerve cells. It is very important in managing stress, but can also