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19:17

LifeStyle

Sun protection is key in protecting bald heads from skin cancer this summer

CHARO MÁRQUEZ

You can either become bald naturally or choose to shave your head, but, whatever the case, having no hair on your head is considered to be a high-risk factor for the development of skin cancer. Throughout the summer months, we are bombarded with ... population sectors most affected by skin cancer is people who are bald. This claim is supported by statistics. People who are bald are the most affected by actinic keratosis; pre-malignant growths which appear as thick crusty scabs on the head, and can ... years that this disease appears. According to statistics from the hospital's dermatology department, between six and ten per cent of bald people who are diagnosed with a keratosis go on to develop skin cancer. We tend to associate sunburn with being

13:35

LifeStyle

Hydration and protection: the keys to keeping your skin healthy in the summer

SUR

Despite the climate of Malaga allowing us to enjoy open-air activities practically all year round, there is no doubt that summer sees an increase in those pastimes which expose the skin to external agents and the sun's rays, both potential enemies ... of the skin. It is estimated that 80 per cent of skin ageing is triggered by damage caused by the sun, alongside water loss, which increases during the summer months. It is important to highlight that healthy outer skin is not only necessary from an ... aesthetic perspective. On the contrary, preventing the harmful effects of the sun, protecting the skin, and ensuring good hydration are key steps towards avoiding various dermatological diseases. It is essential to remember that the skin acts as a shield,

13:36

LifeStyle

Local candidate for Miss Mundo to raise awareness of butterfly skin disease

NIEVES CASTRO

'butterfly skin disease' (Epidermolysis Bullosa). The beauty competition will determine who will represent Spain at Miss Universe, and all the candidates are asked to champion a charitable cause. Noemí, who is from Benahavís, has chosen the DEBRA butterfly ... skin association, which began in Marbella and is still based there. "Few people know about butterfly skin disease and I really want to help those who suffer from it, by encouraging funding for research to improve their lives," she said. The painful ... disease, which is genetic, makes the skin and mucuous membranes blister very easily.

10:19

Local

Malaga Cathedral draws up plans for new roof

JESÚS HINOJOSA.

Designs are under way for a new cathedral roof, following recognition that the 'second skin' of bricks, laid ten years ago, has failed to prevent leaks. Architects plan for a pitched roof, closely copying architectural drawings sketched by

14:09

LifeStyle

Marbella hospital warns about skin cancer and the importance of prevention

CAMILO LÓPEZ VEGA

Melanoma is the most dangerous type of skin cancer in existence. The Costa del Sol hospital in Marbella recently organised a special Sun Protection Campaign to make more people aware of the disease and of the importance of early diagnosis as this ... aggressive tumours there is, and it is increasing at a faster rate than any other type of malignant neoplasia. However, it is also one that we can deal with if it is detected in time, because it appears on our skin in the form of a mole and is easily spotted. ... the Costa del Sol Health Agency. The skin's memory The provincial delegate for Health and Families, Carlos Bautista, also warned that "the skin has a memory" and talked about the damage caused by ultraviolet radiation over the passage of time in

13:43

LifeStyle

The sun, from ally to enemy

ÁNGEL ESCALERA

...abused. SUR talked to specialists in dermatology about the benefits and dangers of the sun and asked them for recommendations to prevent burns or, which is more serious, skin cancer which, if not detected in time, can cause a patient's death. This is ... especially the case with melanoma, which is twice as prevalent in Malaga than elsewhere in Spain; there are 20 cases for every 100,000 inhabitants per year. The incidence of basal cell and squamous cell skin cancers is also higher than average in Malaga. ... Skin tumours are the type that is increasing most, but 90 per cent of them could have been prevented if exposure to the sun had been controlled. "It's a matter of common sense," says Leandro Martínez, the Andalusian president of the Andalusian section

16:30

LifeStyle

The mango: new varieties and uses

ESPERANZA PELÁEZ

...ripe, the colours red and yellow dominate the skin and the surface gives a little under gentle pressure. Mangoes are in season at the moment and can be used to make ice-cream and smoothies, or added to savoury skewers. The pulp is high in pectin and is

16:56

Travel

Where nature rules

Mark Nayler

...until that point, a very British aversion to being touched by strangers had put me off the idea; but after an hour under the assured hands of my masseuse, with her mysterious and aromatic oils, I realised what I'd been missing. My skin tingled for hours

15:11

Gibraltar

Annual skin cancer screening day is on Saturday at the Primary Care Centre

Debbie Bartlett

The Gibraltar Health Authority is holding its annual skin cancer screening day on Saturday (13 April), from 9am to 1pm at the Primary Care Centre. Anyone interested in having moles or growths on their skin checked is asked to use the entrance via ... the front of the ICC building. Users should also remember that these checks are only to detect possible skin cancer and not for advice on other skin problems such as psoriasis or eczema. The GHA says these screening days are important as they

14:39

Sport

Commentator Michael Robinson announces he has skin cancer

R. C.

Former footballer Michael Robinson, 59, has announced that he has a malignant melanoma which has metastasized. He shared news of the diagnosis on his own programme on the Movistar sports channel, where he is a highly-regarded analyst and commentato