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10:04

LifeStyle

Cider vinegar, the cure-all

Denise Bush

...glass of water twice a day. ACV is said to lighten age spots and cure acne when dabbed directly on to the skin. Diluted in bath water it can ease sunburn or aching muscles and can be used to whiten teeth. Probably the most well-known use of vinegar is

09:21

LifeStyle

"It is not a good thing to abuse sunshine, but nor is it good not to use it enough"

MIGUEL A. OESTE interview

...in his profession “we deal with unusual cases, so we learn something new every day.” –If the face is the mirror of the soul, is our skin the mirror of health? –I don’t think the face is the mirror of anything, and the skin can be a mirror of ... health sometimes, and sometimes not. There are people who look lovely outside and are awful inside, and vice versa. –Do you feel that we don’t really bother much about our skin? –No; on the contrary, nowadays people look after their health and their ... skin better than they used to. –In Malaga, though, we tend to toast ourselves which can have serious consequences especially if we sunbathe without protection. –Like everything in life, the sun has its advantages. It is not good to abuse it, but nor

10:12

LifeStyle

“Hyperthermia can become the fourth pillar in cancer treatment”

j. j. buiza

...tested on colorectal cancer, pancreas, breast, cutaneous tumours (skin and melanoma), brain tumours and sarcomas. –It’s about a year since the hyperthermia working group was created by SEOR. What are the objectives? –Firstly, to raise awareness. Many

10:30

LifeStyle

Lives that begin ahead of time

amanda salazar health

...very developed they are given antiobotics from the start and their temperature is regulated in the incubators. “Even a full-term newborn baby regulates its temperature badly, so it is much worse for premature ones because their skin is much thinner,”

10:31

Local

Repairs to the cathedral, a false storm on many occasions

jesús hinojosa malaga

...officially was announced, but when cracks appeared in the roof's 'second skin', this was scrapped. The citizens' movement Málaga por su Catedral was formed in 2014 and brought the cathedral's state back into the public arena but it wasn't until the bad

11:44

LifeStyle

Drums and turnips for an early Christian saint and martyr

Debbie Bartlett what happened today?

January 20th is St Sebastian's Day, the patron saint of athletes and archers. This early Christian saint and martyr is often depicted in art and literature as a handsome young man, tied to a tree or bound to a stake, with numerous arrows piercing his

14:52

LifeStyle

Snow on the Mountain

Denise Bush GARDENING

...of the leaves are given as a postpartum remedy and to treat skin diseases. The bark is used to treat rheumatism and to stop bleeding. B patens is also used for treating conjunctivitis, blood diseases, bowel disorders, bites and stings and skin

17:35

LifeStyle

Leeches make a comeback

BORJA OLAIZOLA

...fall off by themselves because they are sated,” he explains. "About 20 years ago we discovered that French plastic surgeons were using leeches successfully in skin grafts and we decided to try them as well," explains Dr Mateos. Although at first ... leeches, which are also called annelids because of the rings that shape them, have shown themselves to be especially suitable in guaranteeing the success of implants or skin grafts. When the doctors detect that there is a risk of an implant not taking ... because of vascular congestion, they place a few leeches on the affected area so they suck the blood through the skin. Not only does the leeches' biting alleviate the congestion, it also provides a very effective natural drainage thanks to a powerful

20:55

LifeStyle

A printer that makes skin

DANIEL CABORNERO

Spanish researchers have designed a 3D bioprinter which can recreate "totally functional" human skin and will be a major breakthrough in the treatment of patients who need skin grafts, such as those suffering from major burns. Bioprinters are ... hospital in Madrid and the BioDan Group, which in July last year became the first Spanish company to create 100 per cent human skin. Dr Jorcano says "it all comes down to the bio-ink" in 3D bioprinters which can be used in many types of dermal research ... as well as in testing cosmetics. "Now we have gone one step further. We want the process of creating human skin to be automised, on a larger scale and at a lower cost," he explains. The deposition of these bio-inks is controlled by computer. The

18:20

National

The hope of a better life

ÁLVARO FRÍAS

...was the end of a long journey which will forever remain etched in their memories and also in their skin, after the burns they suffered when petrol from the boat’s motor came into contact with the salt water. Pompidou can’t remember anything about

11:08

Opinion

A love affair stronger than Brexit

Rachel Haynes

...under our skin, bits of it clinging to those who have to leave, forcing them to come back. This pull can come in a variety of forms: sun, sea and cheap booze are enough to get many hooked, while others, from Gerald Brenan to writers and artists of today, ... attractions and the cocktail may have been enough to ensure that some stepped out into a cold February night on Wednesday with a bit of Spain under their skin. Brexit might complicate life for British residents in Spain, we don't know, but it is not going to

11:08

LifeStyle

Masons aim high for DEBRA

SUR IN ENGLISH

1,500km to raise 2,000 euros for the charity. La Paz University Hospital trial to aid Butterfly Skin research As they enter the final year of their commitment Giles Crawford remains positive: "We hope to raise a further 20,000 euros increasing our

11:08

LifeStyle

La Paz University Hospital trial to aid Butterfly Skin research

SUR IN ENGLISH

La Paz Univerity Hospital will carry out a clinical trial this year to determine how mesenchymal stem cells derived from bone barrow can be used to heal wounds caused by recessive dystrophic Epidermolysis bullosa (RDEB), a type of Butterfly Skin

13:23

LifeStyle

The Persian Buttercup

Denise Bush Gardening

...family are sometimes found in hay but the plant loses its toxicity once dried so it is safe for livestock to eat. Fresh parts of the plant can also cause skin irritation.

13:45

LifeStyle

Smoothies to fight the illnesses of the 21st century

PILAR MANZANARES MALAGA

...consistency. Benefits: Helps to fight insomnia and helps you rest better. It also has a detoxing function. It is good for the skin, hair and nails, renal function, facilitates diureses, protects joints and bones and combats osteoporosis. To combat excess

13:48

LifeStyle

Can cellulite also affect men?

SUR hEALTH

Although it is not nearly as common as in women, men can also suffer from cellulite. In their case, this is an alteration of the skin texture which is caused by an excessive accumulation of fat. This puts pressure on the tissues of the muscular ... layer and causes the skin to resemble orange peel. Genetic disposition means that cellulite in men is not exactly the same as it is in women. The main difference is that the structure of the connective tissue which wraps around the adipose cells of a ... woman is formed by partitions arranged in the form of vertical arches, fixed to the deep layer of the skin, whose vertices point towards the outer layer. In the case of men, the structure of connective tissue is arranged horizontally, similar to the

18:42

LifeStyle

What cellulite really is, and what we can do about it

SUR

Medically-speaking, cellulite is an inflammation of the cellular tissue which lies beneath the skin. This swelling produces a wrinkled effect similar to orange peel and it occurs mainly on the thighs, buttocks and abdomen (although it can also occur elsewhere on the ... therapy, because massaging the area affected by cellulite improves circulation and helps to dissolve the fat nodules which have formed. These massages can be carried out manually or with machines which apply suction to the skin and work by gentle movements ... there are three effects on the skin: the temperature of the tissues in question is raised, the cellular permeability of the adipocytes is improved and the connective tissues are defibrinated. All this improves the appearance and texture of the treated

17:38

Sport

Conquering both social and physical obstacles

KISHAN VAGHELA GIBRALTAR

...beginning as Risso and the other volunteers aimed to create solid foundations for the organisation. "The frontier was still closed and it was a new initiative. Overhearing people that doubted me made my skin crawl but at the same time it made be more

12:34

LifeStyle

Common problems for women's skin

SUR

...most frequent skin problems which affect women. Society is changing and fortunately women are playing a greater role in the medical profession nowadays. As an example the AEDV has 2,478 specialist dermatologists, of whom 1,378 are women. The presence ... of women in this field has been progressively increasing and in the last few years more women than ever before have held top jobs, at the AEDV and at universities. Skin problems Some skin conditions affect women more than men, and Dr Paloma ... dermatological problem is rosacea. This is an inflammatory illness of the skin which affects the central facial region in the form of reddening, papules and pustules with a burning sensation and feeling of tightness. Sufferers can often not tolerate cosmetics.