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14:52

LifeStyle

Water births continue to grow in popularity

rubén cañizares

In November 2010, the Spanish Ministry of Health approved the ‘Strategy of Attention to Normal Birth’, a manual for clinical practitioners which encourages less intervention and medication in births. Among other recommendations in this guide, ... which was produced in collaboration with the World Health Organisation, it aims to reduce the use of some procedures which have been considered normal until now, such as epidural anaesthetics, episotomies, shaving, enemas and breaking the waters. It also ... than four centimetres dilated).” Since then, the health service has improved its protocols and women in this country are now more aware of the possibility of water births. “We have approximately 2,500 births a year at this hospital, and around 100

11:34

LifeStyle

Imbroda's biggest challenge yet

SUSANA ZAMORA

'invading army' which was weakening his physical health, “attacking territory and conquering new areas”, Imbroda admits that he used to talk to his healthy cells. He had to explain the enemy's strategy and urge them to fight “so they didn't decide swap

15:45

LifeStyle

Aloe Vera, the healthy soft drink of the future

RUBÉN CAÑIZARES Health

It helps to heal stomach and intestinal ulcers 3 It prevents acidity thanks to its alkaline agents. 4 It improves blood oxygenation and circulations, leading to more robust cardiac health. 5 It multiplies the effects of vitamins, ... vera are the reduction of bad cholesterol (LDL); the multiplication of the effects of vitamins, especially C and E; a reduction in oxidative stress; better oxygenation and circulation of the blood, which leads to more robust cardiac health; and help to

10:31

Sport

All in a day's work

Rob Palmer

...in the summer. Initially, I thought it was cruel words to create headlines but studying his demeanour I suspect it may be for the good of his own health. To me he has the same permanently preoccupied look of Guardiola who announced in April 2012

12:21

Local

Pioneer procedure for Costa del Sol hospital to detect traces of date rape drug

JUAN CANO

...screamed at them; she says my eyes were open, but I don't remember a thing" The police, legal and health authorites have set up a scheme at the Costa del Sol hospital which is a pioneer in Andalucía and almost unheard-of in Spain, to detect substances ... to be given to two women who are accused of having drugged a man in order to ransack his house. A meeting will be held in thenear future with the legal, police and health authorities about extending the protocol to the other hospitals in the

17:33

LifeStyle

"We're not mad, we're sick"

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

...after orgasm, but our partners don't know what's wrong with us because we don't even know that ourselves. There are doctors who issue sick notes not because of deep endometriosis, which is something recognised by the World Health Organisation, but for

16:28

LifeStyle

A luxury seafood diet in Paleolithic Malaga

FERNANDO TORRES

Eliot's disdain didn't help her, although her poems were eventually published by others. Her delicate state of health, aggravated by the alcohol, meant that she had to spend long periods of time in bed," he says. She spent most of her time typing and

11:53

LifeStyle

Cerebral palsy, the umbilical cord's next challenge

R. CAÑIZARES

...treat other anomalies in health is one of the most exciting discoveries in medicine,” says Dr Luis Madero, head of the Onco-hematology department at the Niño Jesús hospital in Madrid. John Wagner agrees: “The use of blood from the umbilical cord is

13:26

Local

Real estate sales at their highest since 2008, with a hundred a day in March

NURIA TRIGUERO MALAGA

...attended as last year. One of the speakers, José Luis Suárez, even joked about “a new method of measuring the health of the housing sector: counting the number of smiles per square metre that I see in this room.” He and others taking part in the forum -

14:47

LifeStyle

Drug consumption is on the increase as people do not perceive the risks

ÁLVARO FRÍAS MALAGA

...have a serious effect on health. José Manuel Burgos, a forensic doctor at the Institute of Legal Medicine in Malaga, explains that there has been an increase in psychotic incidents caused by cannabis. “Knowing that I work on subjects like this, a

14:23

LifeStyle

Community spirit

POLLY RODGER BROWN BRIT BACK

...interested in helping others. In Sudbury, Suffolk, it turns out there are literally hundreds of ways you can get involved - assisting not one but a handful of mental health charities giving free counselling, weeding the local park or ‘guerilla gardening’ the

12:57

National

The 'human snake' in search of a cure in Malaga

Pablo COllantes

...was founded this year, brings together some of the best doctors on the Costa del Sol in order to help the investigation about the prevention and treatment of illnesses, contributing to the development of the city’s health sector. María Ángeles Rabadán

11:29

LifeStyle

Gastronomic trends for 2018

MANU BALANZINO

Sugar is increasingly seen as a public health problem. Therefore this year, low-calorie sweeteners and low-processed sugars such as stevia, panela or date honey are going to be popular. E-commerce vegetables Although 92% of the Spanish food budget is

14:49

LifeStyle

What do mothers fear most?

LINDA ONTIVEROS

...tried to find possible solutions. The objective was also to find out how mothers reacted when their children had minor health problems such as high temperature and pain, and what their relationship with their child's pediatrician was like.

16:29

LifeStyle

Camarón, the gypsy god of flamenco

Tony Bryant

...prison sentences, non-appearances at concerts and his rapidly failing health. The newspapers had stopped writing about his mastery of flamenco to concentrate on unsavory incidents, like the story about a gypsy woman who had attacked a policeman with a

17:46

LifeStyle

Tato's canine life saver

Nieves Castro Marbella

...that a drop in sugar levels does not compromise the health of the little boy. Torcuato Germán Pérez, Tato's father, who is also a member of the Costa del Sol diabetic association, ADISOL, explains that he cannot wait to see the new dog in action. "If

10:31

LifeStyle

"Palliative care is not a secondary level of medicine"

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

You do need something special. When you start being interested in health as a possible profession you imagine yourself curing people, but here there is no cure. We try to improve people's day-to-day life and control the problems that arise, but the

17:06

Local

When the beach in Marbella is home

Mónica Pérez

...one hand, there is a humanitarian problem, and on the other a security and health problem. “They are living illegally, but the problem needs to be dealt with by several different departments, Security, Social Services and Beaches, if these people

15:05

LifeStyle

“We have lost jobs and partners because of the pain”

A. GÓMEZ MALAGA

...exaggerating her pains, which began when she started menstruating. “I kept fainting at school, and I only weighed 42 kilos. They took me to several health service and private doctors, but nobody realised what was wrong with me,” she says. When she became

13:24

LifeStyle

Living with a bullet in the head

Rubén Cañizares

29: health, money, love and fame. Life had given him the status of an elite footballer, something that 99 per cent of society would love to have, but which only a very few who are selected by destiny can attain. However, not every story about the sport

14:50

LifeStyle

The fine line between normal shyness and a medical condition

PILAR MANZANARES MALAGA

...more children suffer from shyness than we realise, and for some it can be a serious problem,” says Estefanía Lema Moreira, a doctor of Psychology in Health and lecturer in the Department of Family, School and Society at La Rioja International

15:41

Local

The Costa del Sol's population triples in the summer

francisco jiménez Malaga

...similar, but it is much smaller in size (barely ten square kilometres) and problems occur when there are so many extra people. One is in terms of health care, because geographically the town is as far from the hospitals in Malaga as from the one in

19:29

LifeStyle

"I only distinguish between beautiful and ugly music"

Regina Sotorrío

...communication with the world.” In his case, he uses his voice. I imagine that health problems affecting the voice are what a singer fears most. As singers we have to contend with the most delicate musical instrument there is and it’s inside us: our vocal

12:07

LifeStyle

A piece of Finland in the sun

Susana Zamora

She now publishes the magazine, which prints 15,000 copies a month, maintaining her father's original idea: the magazine informs her compatriates about the realities of Spain, and covers subjects such as taxes, social security and health care. Although

10:04

Travel

Bread with oil - understanding Mallorca

Andrew Forbes travel

...still see the twisted, ancient olive trees, some hundreds of years old. The Mediterranean kitchen is celebrated for its health properties, but all too often modern interpretations and processes, together with less than genuine ingredients offer us a

10:30

LifeStyle

Lives that begin ahead of time

amanda salazar health

...weeks. The reasons for an early birth also determine a premature baby’s state of health. Enrique Salguero says that 40 per cent of premature births occur because of a spontaneous rupture of integral membranes, 30 per cent by a premature rupture of

15:46

Local

Population drain threatens Malaga’s smallest villages

...have to live with a shortage of basic services such as health centres, schools, chemists and banks. The loss of population is starting to become a serious problem in the inland regions of Spain, especially in provinces such as Soria, Salamanca and León,

15:06

LifeStyle

"Some pains are transmitted through observation"

PILAR MANZANARES health

...doctor only sees one, doesn't ask for any tests and doesn't give a prescription but the patient is cured, as far as the health service economists are concerned he is a bad doctor. Doctors nowadays are stopped from being humanists, and this type of problem

16:49

What to do

Music, film and more

Denise Bush what to do

...exhibitions Around the galleries this week Market Marbella. 12 February, 11am - 5pm. Farmacy Yoga centre, Centro Comercial El Capricho. Health products, soaps and crams, natural food products, fruit and vegetables, vintage clothes and accessories,