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13:21

LifeStyle

Helping the arts to flourish in Nerja

Jennie Rhodes Helen Sijsling; Chair, The Arts Society

...the year, which makes finding committee members difficult. “Being chair is almost a full-time job,” laughs Helen, but the reality of needing to find her replacement in the near future is a real concern due to the transience of members. Helen is

13:00

LifeStyle

What is everyday life like for someone with HIV or Aids?

PABLO MARINETTI

...origin were found to be Latin America and Subsaharan Africa. The multichannel information and prevention service about HIV and Aids has now received more than 100,000 visits on the web. Most of those who makes use of the service are men, but more women

12:30

LifeStyle

Localised fat

INÉS GALLESTEGUI

...among the elderly and among women, where rates are tripled. Dietary nutritionist Juan Revenga, author of 'Adelgázame, miéntame' (Make me thinner, lie to me), believes that consumers receive biased and contradictory information about food, which makes

18:08

Travel

Cosy Copenhagen

Andrew Forbes

...happiness. Maybe this is because that they enjoy a peaceful, functioning democracy with a developed welfare state - and they endeavour not to be show-offs! Old town charm As a visitor, that focus on the simple pleasures of life really makes Copenhagen a

12:07

Sport

Hoping for a long-awaited medal

MARINA RIVAS

...family can have after losing a son, how they fight to carry on ... it makes you think 'Why should I worry about stupid things every day?' We get depressed over nothing, while far worse things are happening to other people.” A risky sport Time passes

12:16

LifeStyle

Drugs to the rescue

INÉS GALLASTEGUI

...enthusiasm for 'alternative' medicines. And then there is the conspiracy theory that suggests that the pharmaceutical industry makes sure people remain sick in order to make more money. “I wanted to get into my car and just leave my life behind” In an

11:58

LifeStyle

Work with a far-reaching legacy

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...north-south differences she noticed. Her children have just moved from their comfort zone in Seville to a Norwegian university, which makes them an exception. Brita Hetkoen, executive and teacher at business schools, is also the chair for 'Women, Business

17:33

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

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

There is nothing to be ashamed of. We have to talk more about menstruation and infertility, and never normalise the constant pain which makes us turn to drugs like opiates or morphiates which stop us going out, working, partying and so on. People around

11:26

LifeStyle

Reality filtered through altered minds

Mark Nayler

...that makes her think she too is going insane. Navarro uses the incident to switch our perceptions of the two protagonists, and by the novel's close it is Susana who asks Elisa, “Are you crazy, or what?” The question is asked in one of the novel's most