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15:10

Opinion

Immortality

Ángel Escalera

...a witch doctor or a charlatan. Of course independently of what really happens it's not so absurd, as Cordeiro and Wood say, to think that genetic edition could convert bad genes into good ones, which would prevent many deaths. Add to this the

11:10

LifeStyle

Grey matter is green

JOSEBA VÁZQUEZ

...by this study, which is very valuable because it involved ten years of observation and its conclusions are serious and reliable,” says Andrés Payá, a doctor in Education and director of the Comparative Education department of the Philosophy Faculty at ... we found better responses, a higher ability to concentrate and less impulsiveness in the youngsters who were used to playing, running and jumping in parks and green spaces,” explains Jesús Ibarluzea, a doctor in Public Health and one of the ... specialists who worked on the research. The project, which was led by doctor and environmental epidemiologist Payam Dadvand, involved “around 40 professionals in very different spheres such as psychology, public health, biochemistry, statistics and

12:55

LifeStyle

“I wanted to get into my car and just leave my life behind”

I. GALLASTEGUI

A year and a half ago, Ana collapsed. There was no apparent cause for her tiredness, apathy and crying. She didn't even realise what was happening to her. It was her family - her father is a doctor - who realised. “It was an accumulation of things,”

19:07

LifeStyle

A beautiful mind

...with the doctor Marisa Martín, to start the activity that so many people and institutions recognise and are grateful for today. In 2002 Joan Hunt received an OBE for her work to develop palliative care for cancer in southern Spain. Our “beautiful

20:01

LifeStyle

Obese, but feeling slim

Ángel Escalera MALAGA

18 and 65 weigh too much,” says Dr Tinahones. Of those, 18 to 20 per cent are already showing signs of obesity. In the doctor’s opinion, people who are obese do not see it as being a real problem, and that attitude needs to be changed because

12:02

LifeStyle

The purpose built village which will be a home for Alzheimer's patients

IRMA CUESTA world alzheimer's day

...containing communal rooms and services such as hairdresser, supermarket, restaurant and doctor's surgery. The site, which will cover just over five hectares, will be divided into four districts, each with eight homes with room for seven or eight patients.

10:55

Local

The pride of the province lines up at SUR awards event

A. M. ROMERO / J. SOTO

...within a multinational giant. Science Innovation and professional and academic achievement in the field of medicine earned neurosurgeon Miguel Ángel Arráez the award in the Science category. The doctor whose feats include the removal of a tumour from ... a musician's brain while the patient was playing the saxophone, said that the award was “a real Christmas present” and that he would continue to work with “strength and pride, but also with the humility of a doctor”. Society Flor de Torres, the

20:48

LifeStyle

More than 90 per cent of runners are at risk of injury

LINDA ONTIVEROS

...gradually. 2 Before starting, check your state of health. Before you start running, ask a specialist for exercise stress tests to find out how fit you are. Don’t wait until you are injured or are showing signs of illness to go to the doctor. 3 ... training, and following a diet which is adapted to your needs. Although the demands of recreational physical activity are not as high as for professionals, they can still be pretty intensive.” Only one in ten runners consults a specialist doctor, and they ... men (19 per cent).” Only one in ten runners consult a specialist doctor, and they don’t even seek help when a problem occurs: nearly half of all runners (48.1 per cent) who had suffered something like dizziness or headache, said they did not go to

12:07

LifeStyle

The universe loses its great mind

SUR

...now King Felipe VI, “for his important investigative work about the fundamentals of time and space”. He was a member of the world's most eminent scientific communities, a honorary doctor at many of the world's most prestigious universities and he

11:17

LifeStyle

“I could lie down and complain, but I prefer to live”

M. A. GONZÁLEZ

doctor. The symptoms were so clear that there was no hesitation in diagnosing her. Years later she discovered that she had inherited the illness from her mother, although she had never been affected by it. Her younger sister is also a carrier. With

14:44

LifeStyle

“I haven't changed because they have told me I have Alzheimer's: I'm still me”

Ángel Escalera

...patients are under the age of 65, which is very young to be affected by a condition of this type. “You have to learn to live with this illness. Behind every diagnosis is a person who has rights. They deserve to be told directly by their doctor what they ... relatives of Alzheimer's in La Rioja for the help it had given him, saying it had given him back the will to live and to collaborate with other patients. He also urged people to go to their doctor as soon as they noticed any symptoms, because detecting the

14:10

Opinion

Home to stay

POLLY RODGER BROWN

...but also decent coffee, cheap, tasty sandwiches and proper hot meals. And although the NHS staggers manfully on, GP surgeries exist in virtual reality - getting an appointment with our family doctor is as rare as finding hens' teeth. Other

13:24

LifeStyle

Living with a bullet in the head

Rubén Cañizares

The first things you see when he shakes your hand and looks at you are two scars, about six centimetres long, running vertically down each side of his head. Salvador Cabañas (born in Asunción, Paraguay, on 5 August 1980), had everything when he was 2

14:07

LifeStyle

Tranquillisers: a dangerous game

ANA PÉREZ-BRYAN

doctor. "We need to be well" With regard to the reasons, the specialists also say that these days "there are more cases of anxiety among children and teenagers, and that possibly results in more treatments". They also say that responsibilities lie ... in the case of children, with therapies in conjunction with their parents. Their final message is clear: "People need to talk to their doctor. It's no good just going to see him or her because you want to be prescribed tablets."

11:06

LifeStyle

Malaga hospital uses Botox to treat patients with chronic migraine

Ángel Escalera

All headaches are a nuisance but some are particularly disabling, especially migraines, which involve intense throbbing pain and occur time and time again, affecting the sufferer’s quality of life. If the medication normally used to alleviate head