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19:59

LifeStyle

Time to overcome 'normal' habits

ALEKK M. SAANDERS

...scientists also say that intermittent fasting can speed up the body's process of regeneration, causing old cells to die and be replaced with new ones. And, of course, people who are ill, including those with Covid-19, are exempt from fasting. Fasting is one

17:05

LifeStyle

“Our research opens the door to hope for a cure for Type 1 diabetes”

ÁNGEL ESCALERA

...years. From the results obtained so far, could this drug lead to a cure for Type 1 diabetes? In the experiments on mice, it gave the impression that the regenerative effect of the cells could potentially lead to a cure. But of course it remains to be ... of cells. That means that cells which were dead because of the attack by the immune system reappear again. Basically, there are two types of cell, alfa and beta. It seems the alfa cells turn into betas through transdifferentiation. One of the effects ... of this drug is transdifferentiation, which opens the door to the beta cells destroyed by the immune system starting to appear again from the alfas. That is something that gives hope to the idea that there could eventually be a cure for Type 1

15:32

Local

Archidona to get large solar power park

Fernando TORRES

...two-metre-high fence and the electricity created by the cells will be fed into the national grid. Archidona council says that two companies bid for the project and that currently the council is advertising the project as it is at public consultation phase. The

11:10

Opinion

Torremolinos: overlooking its cultural heritage?

Tony Bryant

...floor. Cañibano is said to have slapped the face of Sinatra, who retaliated by pushing her away with considerable force. Sinatra, who protested his innocence, was arrested and taken to the cells in Malaga police station. He was eventually released after

17:31

Local

Malaga hospitals in urgent need of donors from all blood groups

Ángel Escalera

...to increase the reserves. Currently, hospitals in the Malaga area make 250 blood transfusions per day on their patients. Each donor gives enough blood for three people to use, providing red blood cells, platelets and plasma.

12:05

LifeStyle

Growing ecological fruit with passion

AGUSTÍN PELÁEZ

...as needed. This vitamin is essential for vision, good skin, hair, mucous membranes, bones and the proper functioning of the immune system. Vitamin C intervenes in the formation of collagen, bones and teeth and red blood cells, promotes the absorption

13:47

National

Spanish scientists eliminate HIV in the second patient in the world to be cured

FERMÍN APEZTEGUIA

cells, or, which is the same thing, a bone marrow transplant. Now, as before, the procedure has managed to remove at a stroke all signs of the virus in the patient's blood. The London patient, whose identity is being kept anonymous at present, has had ... transplant worked because the donor was part of the one per cent of the population who lack a protein called CCR5, which is one of the ways the virus enters the blood cells. At the time the therapy was thought unsuitable for most patients not only because of

18:07

LifeStyle

Facing life with motor neuron disease

Tony Bryant

...motor neurons, the nerve cells responsible for carrying electrical instructions from the brain through the spinal cord to the muscles. When this happens, the muscles become weak and waste away, affecting movement, speech and breathing. Della, who must