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19:07

LifeStyle

A beautiful mind

...she lived, a place that she loved. In 1992 the then Asociación Cudeca started its difficult journey, opening the doors of a small day centre for patients. Hard work, determination and a great deal of intelligence made it possible for Joan, along ... medical and psychological care to more than 13,000 patients and their families in the province of Malaga. I have no doubt that the success of the Foundation is due principally to the spirit of its creator, to the fusion of two cultures, from the highest

10:34

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Alzheimer's sufferers and their families get royal support

Ángel Escalera

...she said. The mayor of Malaga said that Alzheimer's is challenging for everybody, and that more progress is needed in research and in the way these families are looked after and assisted. He stressed that caring for Alzheimer's patients is difficult ... and it is work that needs to be shared. He also said he agreed how important it is for patients to be diagnosed early. Mario Garcés, the Secretary of State for Social Services and Equality, said more needs to be done for patients and their carers, ... Cheles Cantabrana, the president of CEAFA, called for patients not to be marginalised or stigmatised and said that, when they are in the early stages of this illness, they should be given the chance to make their own decisions about the future. “We need

10:36

LifeStyle

About 100 people learn how to deal with and combat constant pain

IVÁN GELIBTER

...mean that the patients can take the initiative with regard to what is happening to them, and they give them more resources to use when trying to combat the pain,” say the organisers. Different associations in the Marbella area, including the Spanish ... Association Against Cancer (AECC), the Multiple Sclerosis Association of Marbella-San Pedro (A.M.P.E.M-N.A), the Association of Patients with Fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue and other rheumatic illnesses (APAFFER) and the Fibromyalgia Association of

10:54

LifeStyle

A campaign to prevent strokes by detecting cradiac arrhythmias

Ángel Escalera

People with atrial fibrillation (AF), a quivering or irregular heartbeat (benign cardiac arrhythmia), have been shown to be at more risk of suffering a stroke. It stands to reason then, how important it is to diagnose an irregular heartbeat. The c

12:20

Local

Local council gives 8,000 euros to Cudeca

A.G.

Torremolinos town hall, through its Social Services department, signed an agreement with Fundación Cudeca this week to give the non-profit organisation a grant of 8,000 euros. The money will allow the charity to look after the 120 patients with ... stage four cancer in Torremolinos who need constant palliative care, whether it be in their homes or in the hospice. Support will be given to families of cancer sufferers. Cudeca has been providing palliative care for patients with degenerative

14:44

LifeStyle

“I haven't changed because they have told me I have Alzheimer's: I'm still me”

Ángel Escalera

...and would have liked to have carried on working for the company because I was happy there” Ildefonso, who is on the Panel of Experts of People with Alzheimer's (PEPA), stressed that doctors need to communicate directly with patients who have this ... patients are under the age of 65, which is very young to be affected by a condition of this type. “You have to learn to live with this illness. Behind every diagnosis is a person who has rights. They deserve to be told directly by their doctor what they ... relatives of Alzheimer's in La Rioja for the help it had given him, saying it had given him back the will to live and to collaborate with other patients. He also urged people to go to their doctor as soon as they noticed any symptoms, because detecting the

11:27

LifeStyle

Golf and its effects on your health

ALEJANDRO DÍAZ

...helps with muscle toning and it gets your joints moving,” Antonio González, sport physiotherapist and director of the Instituto de Reabilitación Especializada, outlines when describing the benefits of golf. “We recommend this sport to patients who are ... when there is hyperflexing in the elbow, which blocks the joints and causes inflammation,” says González, who also warns his golf-playing patients about other health risks connected to the sport, such as those related to the wrist. “When you don't

13:00

LifeStyle

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

PABLO MARINETTI

...in Spain have not been diagnosed, and this shows the need to continue working to persuade people who are at risk to be tested. The number of patients being treated for the virus rose to 116,408 in 2016, according to figures from the Ministry of

11:12

LifeStyle

Football to combat Alzheimer's

ISAAC ASENJO

Footballers, FEAFV. In these workshops which aim to boost memory, football is used to improve patients' quality of life and slow down the evolution of the illness. Using photos of players, cuttings from sporting newspapers, commemorative items and videos of ... games, football serves to stimulate good memories with the aim of improving self-esteem and the state of mind of patients and their carers. “We associate pictures of football with their private lives. Some end up in tears, full of happy memories,” says ... patients.” “When they see an image it helps them to associate it with a particular era and that is when the memories start to come. They even know whether it was a sunny day when they went to watch the football, and who they went with the first time. Some