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16:16

What to do

Music, charity and culture

Denise Bush

Mixed bag talk: ‘A history of the Britiah honours system, years 1800-2017’: shocking revelations question whether it is fit for purpose”. 21 March , 11am-12.30pm. A group discussion led by Geoff Cooke. Science and technology: Free will and ... consciousness. 22 March, 11am-12.30pm. What is Free Will? What is Consciousness? Are they compatible with a ‘scientific’ interpretation of the mind, what are the legal implications of free will? And can a robot be conscious?. Speaker: Ian Phillips. Science and ... technology: The Future for Mankind 5 April, 11am-12.30pm. Does mankind have a future? Will developments in artificial life and artificial intelligence make humanity redundant, or will we create a future where death is obsolete? Speaker: Ian Phillips. Science

15:45

LifeStyle

Aloe Vera, the healthy soft drink of the future

RUBÉN CAÑIZARES Health

"In this case, while we're waiting for science to give us reliable information, it is only common sense not to drink aloe vera during the nine months of pregnancy," he added.

14:47

What to do

Music and culture, something for everyone

Denise Bush WHAT TO DO

...www.rockinrace.com Events Star Gazing Malaga. 3 February, 8-10pm. Centro de Ciencias Principia, Av. de Luis Buñuel The observatory at the science museum is offering a free tour of the heavens from their 3.5m moving dome. There are only 100 places. Reserve a ... Fuengirola. Lux Mundi reference Library, free to members, guests 5€. www.u3acostadelsol.org Science and Technology- A century of General Relativity. 25 January, 11am -12.30pm. Part 2: Black Holes, Dark Energy and Gravitational Waves. Speaker: Ian Phillips

14:30

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In the family footsteps

JULIÁN MÉNDEZ food and drink

...tour around Spain with BBVA this year, to export and share its science, a knowledge which more than anything else is based on an intangible wisdom, on this sense of peace, away from rush and hurry. The younger brother, Jordi, who suffers from a neck

17:35

LifeStyle

Leeches make a comeback

BORJA OLAIZOLA

...for his life. Brousais applied some leeches, and he underwent a remarkable improvement." France at that time was the hegemonic power in science and culture, so it didn't take long for interest in leeches to spread all over the world. The demand was

19:47

What to do

Music, charity and culture

Denise Bush

...free to members, guests 5€. www.u3acostadelsol.org Mixed bag talk: ‘The Spanish Bullfight. 4 April , 11am-12.30pm. A group discussion led by Geoff Cooke and John Smith. Science and Technology: The Future for Mankind. 5 April, 11am-12.30pm. Does ... mankind have a future? Will developments in artificial life and artificial intelligence make humanity redundant, or will we create a future where death is obsolete? Speaker: Ian Phillips. Science and Christian Faith Estepona. Anglican chaplaincy

19:46

What to do

What to do: music and events

Denise Bush

9-12, 1917. 21 February 11am-12.30pm. How four days of tragedy and greatness forged Canada’s emergence as a nation. Speaker: Joyce Lewis. Science and Technology: Mathematics can save your life. 22 February, 11am-12.30pm. Besides physics and ... engineering maths has a much broader importance. Speaker: Ian Phillips. History and all that: 22 February, 11am - 12.30pm. Course leader Kay White. Science and Christian Faith Estepona. Anglican chaplaincy house, C/Juan de Fuca, Beverley Hill. 6-7.30pm.

15:06

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"Some pains are transmitted through observation"

PILAR MANZANARES health

...where the fire is, such as when we get appendicitis, for example. Nowadays, thanks to the properties of substances with an opiate action which even the Romans used, modern science has developed analgesic medications for acute pain and they are really

16:49

What to do

Music, film and more

Denise Bush what to do

Star Gazing Malaga. 3 February, 8-10pm. Centro de Ciencias Principia, Av. de Luis Buñuel The observatory at the science museum is offering a free tour of the heavens from their 3.5m moving dome. There are only 100 places. Reserve a place by calling

12:21

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The battle against sugar gets fiercer

ALEJANDRA RODRÍGUEZ health

...support what Science has been demonstrating for years: free sugar is an element which is damaging for the health, and sugary drinks are one of the principal vehicles," says Laura Kohan, who runs The Food Therapy. Nevertheless, the specialists warn of