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16:07

LifeStyle

New support group offers lifeline to carers and families of dementia patients

Tony Bryant

...can be triggered by numerous conditions. Alzheimer's accounts for between 60 and 80 per cent of dementia cases, although dementia is not a normal part of the aging process. The disease is caused by damage to the brain cells and this will affect a ... person's ability to communicate, their thinking and their behaviour. Symptoms Alzheimer's is a degenerative brain disease caused by cell damage and the symptoms gradually worsen over time. One of the first symptoms of Alzheimer's is memory loss,

19:15

Opinion

Filling groovy

Peter Edgerton

"Hello." "Hi - a Rolo's run off with one of my fillings." "Ok, we'll need a photo of the damage. Can you take one on your phone so we can assess the urgency." Uh-oh. I never use my phone for anything but, well, phoning people actually. Awkward.

12:07

LifeStyle

The many myths about hair and how to care for it

CARMEN BARREIRO

...same thing happens after giving birth," says Ángela, who also says we should not rub our hair with a towel to dry it, because it causes damage. "A lot of people comb their hair when it's wet because it seems easier, too, but that is when the hair is

13:44

Local

Well-known local cyclist killed in hit-and-run incident in Estepona

FERNANDO TORRES

...suggesting it has been dragged along by the vehicle. Mario Zumaquero The vehicle involved in the crash, a silver Mercedes with damage to its lights, was located and seized on Monday but its owner insists that she was in the passenger seat at the time. The

22:15

Opinion

Let's work together

Peter Edgerton

...need to cooperate and collaborate if we're to maximise our chances of emerging from all of this with minimal damage. Malaga's principal problem currently is one shared by many cities around the world: it has relied far too heavily for far too long on ... tourism for its economic survival. Like a small business that depends too much on one big client, the city has been vulnerable for years to the damage a decline in foreign visitors would cause. So what's to be done? Well, maybe nothing. It's certainly an

14:23

Sport

Football will return to La Rosaleda on 12 June

PEDRO LUIS ALONSO / BORJA GUTIÉRREZ

...measure. The latter will be used more now that everyone can train together in order to prevent excessive damage to the playing surface. Training now will focus on trying to simulate the rhythm for the remainder of the season, with quick recovery crucial