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16:04

Opinion

The French Paradox

ANDREW J. LINN

...butter and 60 per cent more cheese than other nations, and still stay slim and healthy (although obesity is on the rise) with, allegedly, no more heart disease than anyone else. The usual explanation is that they eat small portions of food, usually ... washed down with red wine. This is 'The French Paradox', that popular theory maintaining that while the French have a high consumption level of saturated fats, they have low levels of coronary heart disease. In the USA, when a TV programme indicated that ... France's high red wine consumption accounted for the country's lower incidence of cardiac disease, Americans' consumption of red wine increased by 40 per cent over the ensuing months. But it is a myth. Why would just one country in the world not suffer

18:07

LifeStyle

Facing life with motor neuron disease

Tony Bryant

A 45-year-old British expat who once enjoyed an active life on the Costa del Sol has had her life shattered by the devastating muscle disorder motor neuron disease (MND). Prior to 2014, Della Hall, who has lived in Benalmádena for 25 years, had run ... her own business and brought up two daughters with her husband Simon, but the last few years have seen them struggle to cope with a disease that currently has no cure. MND is an umbrella term for a number of conditions caused by the degeneration of ... to survive. "There are four types of MND. They all end the same way but all start differently. I have limb-onset, which affects my lower legs. The problem is that we don't know when or why it started and, because it is a relatively unknown disease

14:23

LifeStyle

20 November 1975: The death of General Francisco Franco

Jennie Rhodes

September he resumed his duties as head of state. A year later he fell ill again, afflicted with further health problems, including a long battle with Parkinson's disease. Franco's last public appearance was on 1 October 1975 when he gave a speech to

20:56

Local

‘Haute’ cuisine for Debra from top chef

HÉCTOR BARBOTTA /efe

...bullosa, better known as butterfly skin disease, and their families. The rare genetic condition, which is currently incurable, leads to extreme fragility of the skin, comparable to a butterfly’s wing. It current affects an estimated 500 people in Spain.

20:20

LifeStyle

Scientific studies show that red wine prevents Alzheimer's disease

J. V. MUÑOZ-LACUNA

Research carried out by the universities Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Castilla-La Mancha and the Autónoma de Barcelona has managed to demonstrate that red wine, consumed in moderation, prevents Alzheimer's disease. According to this study, this ... beneficial effect on health is attributed to a molecule, resveratrol, present in red grapes, which acts as a neuroprotective against degenerative diseases such as Alzheimer's. Mairena Martín, Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at the ... cell death that occurs in the neurons of the brains of people suffering from Alzheimer's disease." "Resveratrol acts on the cellular receptors that pick up messages from molecules, among which is adenosine, in charge of telling the brain what it has