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13:03

Education

Opticians recommend eye tests as part of back-to-school routine for children

SUR IN ENGLISH

As the new school year gets under way, opticians are emphasising the importance of regular eye tests. Experts are urging parents to take their children to a professional in order to check that their vision is not hindering their progress at school ... long-sightedness, short-sightedness, or astigmatism", Francisco Jurado from Specsavers Ópticas warns parents of the issue of misdiagnosis, explaining that many children are labelled with "learning difficulties simply because of their poor vision". Alarming ... statistics from charity ONCE suggest that one in every four children suffers from an undetected problem with their vision which could have a resultant effect on their development at school. The sooner such issues are detected, the better the outcome.

14:50

LifeStyle

Forty per cent of children in Malaga province weigh more than they should

Ángel Escalera

Obesity is a road which in many cases begins during childhood. It is not only adults who suffer from excess weight, and the problem has increased alarmingly among children, to the extent that it has tripled in the past 20 years. In Malaga province, ... approximately 40 per cent of children weigh more than they should, says paediatric endocrinologist Juan Pedro López Siguero, who works at the Materno Infantil Hospital in the city. This specialist says that despite the measures put into effect in recent years ... These children's health can be affected later in life. It has been shown that overweight children are more at risk of suffering illnesses such as Type 2 diabetes, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, fatty liver, acute myocardial infarction and

12:38

LifeStyle

ARCH welcomes children and educates them on caring for horses

SUR IN ENGLISH

Alhaurín el Grande. Around 40 children, aged between seven and nine years old, visited ARCH, the Andalusian Rescue Centre for Horses and Donkeys recently. The visit was arranged by Alhaurín town hall as part of a summer camp initiative. The ... children spent almost three hours at the centre, meeting and learning about the animals in their care. After a talk by the charity's president Jill Newman Rogers, they watched vets cleaning a donkey's teeth and learnt how to look after horses and donkeys

12:13

LifeStyle

La Cala Lions help children's club

SUR IN ENGLISH

The La Cala de Mijas Lions recently presented the DRANG association with a cheque for 928 euros for the purchase of two large yurt-type tents. The association helps children between the ages of four and 11 to explore nature and develop ... confidence. Day camps are also run during the school holidays; this year over 50 children have enjoyed their time at these camps.

12:00

National

Babies given the wrong drug develop werewolf syndrome

SUR

Twenty babies, so far, have been diagnosed with hypertrichosis, an illness also known as werewolf syndrome, which causes excessive hair growth all over the body. The children were prescribed omeprazole in liquid form that turned out to have ... firm, based on the Guadalhorce industrial estate, has now been closed down by health officials. "While he was taking the drug, my son was always poorly" The 20 children suffering from hypertrichosis are from Cantabria, Andalucía and the Valencia ... area, and parents believed their youngsters were taking omeprazole, a drug which reduces the levels of acid in the stomach. At first, health officials received notification of cases of excessive body hair developing in children who had been given

11:32

Local

Drama at hotels' pools as two young children are saved from drowning

CHARO MÁRQUEZ

Quick thinking staff in one instance and knowledge of CPR in another were key to saving the lives of two small girls last week. Both had slipped into pools in different hotel establishments along the Costa del Sol. The first and more dramatic of t

16:38

Local

Torremolinos town hall adopts new road safety initiative

TONY BRYANT

Torremolinos has become the latest town to adopt a new initiative to teach road safety to children with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD). People with ASD have difficulty with social communication and interaction, and so the new project will use a

12:09

Local

Beach bars activate scheme to help lost kids

PILAR MARTÍNEZ.

...has explained that wristbands will be given out to children with the name and contact details of the nearest beach bar to where the parents are sitting. If younger children should wander off, the person finding them will know who to contact, and

17:52

Local

Work nearly complete on Marbella centre for children with special needs

Nieves Castro

Builders are currently putting the finishing touches to the centre for children with special needs being set up by the Global Gift Foundation in Marbella. Coinciding with the foundation's "philanthropic weekend", hosted by founder María Bravo and ... Adisol (Costa del Sol diabetics association), Bubbles and Dreams (for undiagnosed rare illnesses), CADI (centre for child diversity), the Malaga cystic fybrosis association, Adahimar (an association for children with attention deficit hyperactivity ... disorder and learning difficulties) and the Marbella-San Pedro multiple sclerosis association. The aim of the facilities is the social inclusion of children with disabilities, illnesses or other difficulties. Organisations will be able to use the house as