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16:58

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Microbes all over the house

INÉS GALLASTEGUI

...germs all the time, at a rate of one million every hour. That is not a great loss: a group of Israeli scientists concluded last year that a human body has about 30 billion cells and 39 billion bacteria. Against outsiders These organisms start to ... nanometres, one millionth of a millimetre. 1 million biological particles are emitted by a human being every hour. The bacterial 'cloud' means that an individual can be identified from them. Food is a rich source of micro-organisms, as are ornamental

15:25

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Light

LUCÍA LÓPEZ ALCAIDE

And suddenly I start to hear something. Somebody is calling me unceasingly, somebody repeats my name once and again with a heartbreaking voice, full of anguish and despair. That person is touching my face with something strange. It is not human

11:53

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Cerebral palsy, the umbilical cord's next challenge

R. CAÑIZARES

...another important area of medicine, iPS cells (induced pluripotent stem cells), from which any human tissue can be generated without having to use embryonic stem cells. These are cells created in the laboratory, normally from a piece of skin, but also

11:06

What to do

From Mona Lisa’s squint to one of The Three Graces with cancer

Mónica Pérez marbella

...techniques, treatments and operations, but it also humanises the medical profession, by showing human reactions to illness,” explains the head of projects at the Reina Sofía hospital in Cordoba, Pedro López, who officially presented the exhibition earlier this

14:41

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Gazpacho and salmorejo, allies in the fight against colon cancer

DANIEL CABORNERO MADRID

...cancer cells. In new trials, explained in the article, "the researchers worked with HT-29 cellular lines, a human colo-rectal line of cancer. All the varieties of tomato were analysed to ascertain their content of bioactive compounds, such as

12:14

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"I will really miss being an EU citizen"

MÓNICA BERGÓS BARCELONA

...disquisitions upon the divine and the human, with clear parallels with Hamlet. "How is it possible that I, who am not even young, who wasn't born yesterday, knows so much, or enough to be mistaken about so many things?" asks the aforementioned baby, who

13:44

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Is this an old man?

SUR

Trigo, president of the Spanish Geriatrics and Gerontology Society. He explains that from the point of view of human biology, ageing begins when the growth hormone ceases to increase its levels, at the age of around 27 to 30. “From then onwards,

13:58

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Beatriz Ros goes hunting

Antonio Javier López Marbella

...in the work of Rosa, whose spikes recall Paleolothic remains: nine found in the bodies of animals and one, inside a human. The point when hunting becomes homicide. Ros appears wrapped and unwrapped in red silk in another video, 'El orden