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13:12

Gibraltar

Gibraltar to go back into lockdown from 10pm tonight

Debbie Bartlett

Gibraltar begins another lockdown from 10pm tonight (Saturday), with people being called upon to remain in their homes unless for essential shopping, medical appointments, exercise, taking children out etc. Nobody will be permitted to cross the borde

12:15

LifeStyle

Hearts that lose their rhythm

ELENA MARTÍN

Everyone carries a song inside them, a constant percussion in the chest, the rhythm that gives us life. That beat isn't always as even and regular as it should be, however. Arrhythmia is a condition which changes the normal pace of the heart (which ... should be between 60 and 100 beats a minute) and affects more men than women. José Luis Roberson, a septuagenarian whose heart lost its natural rhythm 12 years ago, tells us his story: "It was January 21st and the weather was horribly cold, but I ... a very fierce pain in the left part of my chest. The doctor said I had arrhythmia," he explains. Since then, José Luis has had heart surgery three times, is undergoing treatment and has written a book about his experience, called Usted No Tiene

11:42

LifeStyle

15 January 2012: The death of Manuel Fraga, founder of the PP

Jennie Rhodes

On 15 January 2012 Manuel Fraga, Franco's tourism and information minister, who went on to found the Alianza Popular - the forerunner to today's Partido Popular party - died of heart failure in Madrid. Fraga, (Villalba, Lugo, 23 November 1922) had

22:33

What to do

On the tiles

GEORGINA OLIVER

Anight out on the tiles - "reelin' and a-rockin... till the break of dawn" - already feels like a hazy recollection to many revellers hit by pandemic restrictions. In Paris, once known as the capital of the French Touch, curfew jokes in the vein of "

18:58

LifeStyle

The cultural heart of Malaga beats again

A. J. LÓPEZ / F. GRIÑÁN

"We were the first ones on the café terraces when they opened and now we are going to be the first to visit the museum". Despite the white mask she is wearing, you can see from her eyes that Carmen Valor is smiling. On Monday, she and Amparo Quero we

18:37

LifeStyle

Heart attack hour

FERMÍN APEZTEGUÍA

Heart attacks have their own timetable. Experience in hospitals all around the world shows that the numbers of emergencies of this type are at their highest between seven and eight o'clock, whether in the morning or in the evening. Hearts just love ... solar twilight. The first and last light of the day marks the time for cardiac failure and this is no coincidence. Cardiologist José Luis Palma, vice-president of the Spanish Heart Society, says that just like animals, humans are influenced by the ... be the trigger for a cardiac accident. Spending half an hour on a peaceful start to the day and having a short siesta protect against heart failure The body generally welcomes catecholamines because they favour coagulation, but they can also

12:27

Sport

A mighty task

Rob Palmer

...last until the spring elections and takes on an absolute mess of a team. It shows his heart is ruling his head. He's rekindling his first love and dreaming of the long past romantic days. But this isn't the Dream Team, it's the Nou Nightmare. A once ... with the senior stars, assert authority and has the club at heart. It must be in his heart as no top coach in his right mind would take on the task in the current circumstances. Good luck Ronald, you are going to need it.

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 ... from high levels of heart disease when its citizens overdose on saturated fats? The explanation is that authorities collect health statistics differently from other countries, resulting in related deaths not being recorded in the same way. In other

17:59

Opinion

Jime Dine, from the heart

georgina oliver

Glaser's even more famous "I love" heart symbol featured on T-shirts, tote bags and mugs all over the planet), they are "archetypes". In the 1980s, Jim Dine was "in Jungian analysis (...) intensely accessing some archetypal unconscious imagery and ... this powerful self-curated auto-retrospective, it struck me that Malaga was the perfect place to hold it. Jim Dine must have loved popping into its old-fashioned 'ferreterías', the hardware stores that are the heart and soul of every 'barrio', when