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12:24

LifeStyle

"I can give my patients the opinion of a doctor who has experienced death"

PILAR MANZANARES Madrid

...impossible, we had to just take everything in small stages. Uncertainty makes us less effective. As you were studying medicine, you instantly became the emergency doctor. What was that like? Awful. Very hard indeed. I suddenly found myself having to make ... luggage became disinfectant, razors became scalpels, rugby shirts were used as bandages... and there wasn't a single doctor among us, only me with the soul of a doctor. During those months lost in the Andes, you must have found that the term 'never ... didn't find us, they forgot all about us, many of our companions died...." It was your idea to eat the dead and as a doctor you knew there was no other option, but it must have been very hard to tell the others that and to actually do it. Obviously,

16:21

LifeStyle

Experts offer advice on eye care for blindness awareness month

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...eye infections. Getting enough sleep is also important as it helps avoid twitching eye muscles. As far as diet is concerned, eating fish that is high in omega 3 fatty acids helps with eye lubrication, says the doctor. Avocados are also

18:12

Sport

"We have a very good atmosphere in the camp"

JULIO RODRÍGUEZ

...for promotion to Segunda. The coach from Capileira (Granada), who is a casualty doctor by day, has taken the side he inherited earlier in the year to within three points of top spot (and the same total from Marbella's record haul in the first half of

10:21

LifeStyle

Pablo Picasso: the baby everyone thought was dead

ANA PÉREZ-BRYAN

...dead, but José's brother, Salvador Ruiz Blasco, was also there and he was a doctor. He decided to make one final attempt to revive the baby by doing something which would be absolutely unthinkable during a birth today, but was considered normal at the ... end of the 19th century, when births usually took place at home: the young doctor happened to be smoking a cigar at the time, and he went up to the baby and blew a huge puff of smoke into its nostrils to make its lungs react. And they did. Little Pablo ... and left him on a table, but his uncle, a doctor who smoked cigars, revived him with a puff of air (although it was full of smoke) into his lungs. "The doctor saved his life thanks to the smoke from his cigar," says the website of the municipal

15:39

LifeStyle

Cristina isn't giving in

Ángel Escalera

...there, and she considers them part of her family. She is particularly grateful to the doctor who is handling her case, Iván Pérez de Pedro, a specialist in internal medicine at the Hospital Regional. "Rather than hope of being cured, what I have is ... condition doesn't improve with the medication she is given, many health service workers don't understand what is happening to her, says Dr Pérez de Pedro, who is the doctor who knows most about the illness and is often consulted by colleagues if they have

19:17

LifeStyle

Sun protection is key in protecting bald heads from skin cancer this summer

CHARO MÁRQUEZ

...develop into squamous cell carcinoma, the second most common cutaneous tumour. Each year, more than 17,000 cases are diagnosed, a figure much higher than the 4,000 cases of melanoma. Doctor Ana Márquez, at Hospiten Estepona, describes the symptoms of ... are not free from the risk of skin cancer developing on the head either. People who have close-cropped cuts or shave stripes into their hair are at just as much risk as those who are bald, even if they have long hair. Doctor's advice The doctor ... a cap, since sunhats provide a greater area of protection. The ears are often forgotten by those concerned about the sun. Doctor Ana Márquez warns that the ears often suffer from sunburn the most. "Women tend to have their ears more protected

14:49

LifeStyle

When your headache makes life impossible

Ángel Escalera

...provides some relief, and apart from that patients should follow the treatment recommended by their doctor. This intense head pain is more common in people aged between 20 and 50, and the crisis can last from four hours to three days. "Migraine is much ... more than two years for patients to be diagnosed and given the treatment which is best suited to them. One cause of the delay in diagnosis is that the people affected often do not consult a doctor until the pain becomes chronic. Also, many primary

19:56

LifeStyle

Is the internet affecting our health?

Debbie Bartlett

Margoti Blanco Ayala returned home from a short trip to Madrid and sat down to check her emails. Within a very short time she started to feel ill and, thinking she had perhaps picked up a virus, went to bed until she felt better. Once she had recov

17:11

National

King Emeritus Juan Carlos leaves intensive care after open heart surgery

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...all gone perfectly well". "There have not been any complications and we are very happy with the doctor's and all of the team's work," he said, speaking of Juan Carlos' seventeenth operation to date. The head of state returned to his father's bedside

17:55

LifeStyle

Hair transplants increasing in popularity in Malaga where there are now nearly 20 clinics

MATÍAS STUBER

...brands want to be located here," he explains. The principal advantage of Spain over Turkey is in the security offered to patients here. "At Medecap you know that the operation will be carried out by a doctor. If there is any problem the clinic and the ... doctor are responsible for sorting it out," he says. It is also a non-debilitating treatment. Apart from practising sport, patients can lead a normal life as soon as they walk out of the clinic.

12:02

Local

AECC gives a 39,500-euro grant for research into a rare cancer

ÁNGEL ESCALERA

...of pride that Malaga supports major research of this type and that the AECC contributes to it," while Antonio Rueda explained that the money will be a great help in financing the project of a young researcher and doctor from Malaga who is also a

12:55

LifeStyle

Recognition for Freddy Simon

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The distinguished career of Marbella-based gynaecologist Freddy Simon (centre) was recognised at a special tribute ceremony on Saturday. The doctor, who was born in an Amazonian hamlet in Bolivia, moved to the town in 1976 and has overseen an

10:18

LifeStyle

"Radiotherapy can expect to cure 40 per cent of cancer patients"

Ángel Escalera

The new president of the Sociedad Española de Oncología Radioterápica (SEOR) is Jorge Contreras, a doctor from Malaga. He says his top priority is to give greater visibility to radiotherapy and ensure that every patient who needs this type of