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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

18:29

What to do

Around the galleries

Denise Bush what to do

...de las Bellas’ is the first individual exhibition by Ángeles Agrela. Combining sketching, painting, video and photography, Agrela explores, principally, the human form. Cecilia Noriega-Bozovich Cecilia Noriega-Bozovich. Marbella. Until 13 February,

19:11

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Twins with rhythm in their blood

REGINA SOTORRÍO

...show. They are 'acro dancers', dancers with the ability to control their bodies and hold a classic posture after somersaulting in the air, turning one above the other and making a human pyramid. The scene took place beside the 'Cube' building above the

12:45

Local

Wet wipes are causing big problems for the sewage treatment system

francisco Jiménez

It is not easy to put a figure on this extra pressure on human and technical resources, not to mention the environmental damage caused, but the AEAS Spanish Water Supply and Sewage Association calculates that when people throw rubbish down the toilet

10:30

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Genetic engineering to stop AIDS

Eugenio Cabezas health

AIDS is one of the greatest pandemics in the world. It was only discovered 35 years ago in Los Angeles, but now around 38 million people have been infected by the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV), and approximately half of them are unaware of the