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17:31

LifeStyle

The 'flu' virus that killed 1,500 people in Malaga a century ago

PEDRO LUIS GÓMEZ

...the Spanish flu of 1918An excellent piece of research on 'Illness and social crisis; the flu in Malaga (1918)' which was published by Malaga university in 1985, explains in detail what that pandemic in the province actually signified. It is the work of

12:16

LifeStyle

Drugs to the rescue

INÉS GALLASTEGUI

...doses per thousand inhabitants in 2000 to 56.3 in 2015, and hypnotics and sedatives from 17.9 to 30.9. “It's worrying,” says GP Juan Simó, the author of a comparative study into the use of drugs in Europe. He believes the economic crisis has played a

11:26

LifeStyle

Reality filtered through altered minds

Mark Nayler

Woman is Madrid itself. Nowhere is Navarro's descriptive talent more obvious than in the passages that deal with Elisa's nocturnal explorations of the capital's suburbs - areas littered with post-crisis, unfinished housing, most of it occupied by

17:17

Sport

"We've been thinking about the winter transfer window since September"

ANTONIO GÓNGORA

...what may have happened since 1 September, because we want to grow in what we are doing. The word resignation doesn't enter into our vocabulary, ever. What situation will Malaga need to be in at Christmas, if the present crisis is to be reversible? ... if they questioned me. We are trying, we are doing our best and working hard like we did last year, but we're not getting the results. But won't people's patience run out if this crisis continues? Patience is symptomatic in this club, on all

11:29

LifeStyle

The steps of the lost

INÉS GALLASTEGUI

...which many families are unable to afford. In some places organisations like Cruz Roja can help them join the telephone assistance service. The economic crisis, says Amills, has made dependent elderly people more vulnerable. “Some families have had to

13:44

LifeStyle

Is this an old man?

SUR

However, their social status has risen in recent years with the economic crisis: “many have played a vital role in supporting their families, thanks to their pensions,” he says. Other experts say that although originally an 'anciano' was a person with a

12:52

LifeStyle

Crazy about mental health

...rooms), blackmail and chemical containment (abuse of medication). It is not acceptable that, if they have a crisis, the patient has to leave their home in handcuffs to be taken to hospital; it is traumatic and a very injurious practice for the patient,”

13:30

Local

La Línea - on the line

SUSANA ZAMORA

...with the crisis in Catalonia that didn't last very long at all. Time has shown that we were right; we weren't crying wolf,” Cobo adds. In the explosive cocktail formed by the San Bernardo district, La Atunara beach and El Zabal, more than 30 'collas' ... having 12 tobacconist shops to just three. “With the economic crisis, the tobacco smuggling reached intolerable levels. Nobody cares or does anything about it,” says Salvador Vera, president of the Association of Tobacconists of Cadiz. Hidden

20:06

Local

2017: a rollercoaster year

Rachel Haynes

...took three days for British police to confirm his death to his family, and increasing calls for the identification process to be sped up caused a small diplomatic crisis between the two countries. Ignacio, who worked at the HSBC bank in London, was ... that many cases go unreported, so the real figure must be much higher. NOVEMBER Construction Building starts again Experts predicted that 2017 would be a record year for new construction on the Costa del Sol, following the economic crisis. In