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14:28

LifeStyle

Summer increases the risk of relapses for those addicted to drugs and gambling

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

...end up consuming or addicted to games, and then teach them changes in their lifestyle, healthy habits and control to stay away from risk factors and enhance protective factors," explains Escalza, who says relapses tend to be part of the therapeutic ... Psychiatrists warn that addictions and relapses leave signs to be detected by those around the patients, such as changes in mood, irritability and depression, reduced academic or professional performance, strange behaviour, headaches, lack of appetite or ... uncontrollable hunger, isolation, changes in consumer habits and their relationship with money, such as unusual spending or bank withdrawals for no apparent reason. Therapists also agree that it is essential for addicts to resume their treatment as soon as

15:27

National

Watch out for dud coins in your change, police say

SUR.

In the summer, there's a small bit of fraud that comes back to haunt us just like a bad penny; a dud coin in change. At this time of year, people spend more in strange surroundings and are generally much more relaxed, so aren't paying much ... attention to what they are being handed back after making a purchase. The National Police launched a warning over its Twitter account on Wednesday to residents and holidaymakers about checking their change in euros. The message says that change given

13:09

Sport

New advisers take control of Malaga from a distance

ANTONIO GÓNGORA

Important changes are expected in the organisation of Malaga CF, and within a few weeks there could be a new CEO, probably selected from several candidates currently under consideration. New advisers are controlling the club at the moment and are

13:44

Local

"There are clear figures about climate change; we should put them up at bus stops"

MATÍAS STUBER

...has been awarded the National Research Prize and has 25 years' experience at the CSIC. He has travelled round the world by boat to study the effects of climate change on the seas, and took the time to discuss the subject with us. Tides come in, ... tides go out. Is that how we should imagine your life? "The sea will regenerate if we give it some breathing space" -It could be one definition. Is the sea always the same? It always looks different. The colour changes. The texture changes ... . The wind changes. The sea isn't the same at night as it is during the day. It is a landscape which is always in motion. The sunrises and sunsets are incredible out at sea. -How and when did you fall in love with oceans? -I believe it must have

10:51

Opinion

No 'Wylers'

Ivan Gelibter

United States. And although the prologue is practically an apology for racism, anybody who watches the film understands that the change that war produced turned that country into the great reference of the west. I don't know if we are coming to the end ... is trending again - a new era also began when royalty was promenaded through the law courts in Palma for the first time. It is true that changes do always cause something in the way of vertigo, even if they are for the better, but I have to say that

14:43

Local

"Brain to brain communication will change everything"

NURIA TRIGUERO

...explained his research and how artificial intelligence can change our lives, at a conference organised by Diario SUR and OpenMind, the scientific information portal of BBVA. The conference, titled 'Artificial intelligence: present and future', was held at ... will change everything. He has achieved a first step. His wife has a similar electrode to his own and they established a purely electronic communication between the nervous systems of two human beings. They were only telegraphic signals, but served to

12:44

LifeStyle

20 September 1920: The birth of a military elite

CHARLOTTE WAY

...as commander of the Legion from 1923 to 1935, and, while post-Francoist Spain has brought about certain changes, such as the obsolescence of the motto '¡Viva la muerte!' (Long live death!), other aspects remain staunchly the same. Uniforms continue to