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11:59

LifeStyle

Diabetes support group prepares for World Diabetes Day on Costa

MINDY BURROWS

World Diabetes Day will be celebrated on 14 November. The Diabetic Support Group, which is part of English-speaking club La Cala de Mijas Lions, will be offering free glucose tests in various points around Malaga to mark the occasion. The group ... needed a place to talk about diabetes with other sufferers in a friendly atmosphere. Since then the group has been helping foreign residents in Spain get information about the condition. The group hold regular education meetings in Fuengirola, but they ... is why the support group offers this service. It is believed that over 175 million people in the world are living with undiagnosed diabetes, which can be passed on genetically, developed through infections, or caused by the raised glucose levels

10:21

LifeStyle

Almost half of people in Spain report suffering from stress

SUR

...to catching colds. When the level of stress and the time it is suffered increase, the consequences can be serious illnesses such as diabetes, obesity, hyperthyroidism, mouth illnesses (teeth and gums), ulcers, loss of hair, sexual dysfunction. Some

17:26

What to do

Rocking for diabetes

Tony Bryant

A charity rock concert for diabetes research has been organised by Diabetes O, a local diabetes association in Torremolinos. Diabetes O and Torremolinos town hall have joined forces with the cultural association, Artemolinos, to present a night of ... live music performed by some of the coast’s top tribute bands. Four bands will perform at the concert, which will be held in the Plaza de La Nogalera in Torremolinos on Saturday 22 July. Rock for Diabetes Aid will begin with a performance by

11:53

LifeStyle

Cerebral palsy, the umbilical cord's next challenge

R. CAÑIZARES

...increasing. Studies are being carried out at present to look at its use in cardiopathies and other congenital malformations, autism and, most advanced of all, cerebral palsy and type 2 diabetes,” he explains. The case of Tomás Last summer, the case of ... still studying the way it works. We are still at the testing stage, so we have to be cautious.” Dr Wagner also points out that regulatory T-cells (non-hematopoietic cells) are important in treating type 1 diabetes. “Several studies are being carried ... out at present, using the blood from the umbilical cord with the aim of modulating the immune system of patients with type 1 diabetes, in such as way that it doesn't act against their own insulin-forming cells. The final objective is to reduce as far

15:08

LifeStyle

Childhood diabetes association calls for support to fund six research projects

Nieves Castro MARBELLA

Heartened by the results of its first national conference in late April, the Diabetes Cero (Dt0) association is now trying to raise funds to continue research projects discussed at the event. The 400 health professionals from all over Spain who went ... to Écija, Seville, for the conference agreed on the need to finance six pieces of research to tackle type 1 diabetes, the one that affects children. OTHER WAYS TO HELP Bank transfer. Account at La Caixa: ES91 2100 8474 4302 0005 1471 (account ... holder: DiabetesCERO) Become a member. From 20 euros a year, by clicking on the Socio Amigo section of the association’s website, www.diabetescero.com Shopping. Buy products from the Tienda Solidaria (Solidarity Shop) on the website. Challenges.

17:46

LifeStyle

Tato's canine life saver

Nieves Castro Marbella

...with Type 1 diabetes. Everything changed from that moment onwards for the family from Marbella, who ever since have been keeping an eye on the sugar levels of the little boy. The quality of life for this household started to pick up a few weeks ago ... diabetes or epilepsy through their sense of smell. Decompensation is more difficult to recognise at night time, making it the most critical period of time for Tato. As a result his parents have spent many nights since he was diagnosed awake, making sure ... having a dog. The father himself only found out about these specially-trained dogs that can detect diabetes three years ago when speaking to a friend. It was an idea that started going round my head and which Moya is now putting into place. "We were lucky

18:11

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The man who invented the Dead Sea

Irma Cuesta

When Antonio Ibáñez de Alba rescued a friend from the sea in Ceuta when he was on the point of drowning, he had already designed numerous inventions. However, that experience made him decide to do go on and invent something else. Obsessed by the fact

18:34

Local

Raising awareness of the little-known Turner syndrome

Tony Bryant

...neck, low-set ears and swollen hands and feet. Vision and hearing problems can also occur and sufferers are unable to have children without reproductive technology. The more harmful aspects are heart defects and diabetes, so people with TS generally have

12:00

LifeStyle

An intestine like a stalactite

DANIEL ROLDÁN

18 illustrations which show how the main character, Niko, who has Crohn's Disease and also contracts other illnesses - flu, diabetes and chickenpox- leaves the world of Fastidoland to come and live on Earth. Creators and patients “I don't have