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20:22

LifeStyle

Hot weather, bad temper?

Pilar Manzanares

...cases people can even become quite violent,” he said. The heatwaves that hit a large part of Spain every summer cause people to suffer from vasodilation, excessive perspiration and loss of fluids and electrolytes through the skin. To combat these

19:29

LifeStyle

"I only distinguish between beautiful and ugly music"

Regina Sotorrío

...very happy that he has taken part in this film. I also feel that he has managed to fit perfectly into the skin of my singing teacher, the maestro Luciano Bettarini. When you have reached the highest point of a career, what motivates you to keep going

20:12

Local

The cathedral roof is cracking up

skin' built only a decade ago, are the root cause. A study will be carried out imminently to assess improved water drainage solutions.

18:07

LifeStyle

Asiatic yellow wood

Denise Bush

...melanoma, a form of skin cancer. References to this tree being used medicinally can be found in ancient Chinese documents that date back more than 400 years. Propagate by seed or from softwood cuttings.

12:57

National

The 'human snake' in search of a cure in Malaga

Pablo COllantes

For 16 years, young Shalini Yadav has shed her skin every 45 days. A type of genetic curse prevents her from living a regular life in Chhatarpur, a town in the north of Madhya Pradesh in India. In her home town, where she is known as "the human ... snake", there is no effective treatment to alleviate the effects of such a terrible disease. When she does have all her skin, her entire body is covered in black scales. Upon entering the gardens of Marbella Club, her smile says it all. Despite having ... keratinisation which is acquired at birth". Shalini has been accompanied by her father and Vanesa Gil, a flight instructor and another member of the team, who looked after her during the ten-hour flight. Gil made sure that the girl’s skin did not dry up and

22:38

Local

The 'human snake' completes her treatment and returns to India

EFE

Shalini Yadav, the 16-year-old Indian girl who suffers the disease commonly known as "snake's skin" and who came to Malaga earlier this month to be assessed by a group of specialists from the Hospital Clínico, has finished her treatment in Spain. ... clear up her skin. Before coming to Malaga to undergo treatment, Shalini used to think that she would be trapped in the body of a girl with snake's skin until the day she died, but the doctors who have treated her have increased her life expectancy and

11:53

LifeStyle

Cerebral palsy, the umbilical cord's next challenge

R. CAÑIZARES

...another important area of medicine, iPS cells (induced pluripotent stem cells), from which any human tissue can be generated without having to use embryonic stem cells. These are cells created in the laboratory, normally from a piece of skin, but also ... obtained from newly-born babies who have not been exposed to any viruses, unlike the skin from adults. That is why we consider the blood from the umbilical cord to be an ideal source for the creation of iPS cells,” she explains.

12:02

LifeStyle

The Velvet Bean

Denise Bush

Common names for Macuna pruriens include Mauritius velvet bean, Pica-Pica, Bengal bean, Cowage and Itchy bean among others. It is an annual or short-lived perennial with pubescent (hairy) leaves and seed pods that can cause extreme skin irritation.

11:47

LifeStyle

Shattering the myths about the pill and periods

DORI AYLLÓN

Society for Contraception. On the contrary, they prevent colon and endometrial cancer and cysts, and are good for the skin. Although they are not dangerous for health, more than one third of the women (36.9 per cent) said they would not use them because

14:00

LifeStyle

Rugby boost for rare disease research fund

PABLO COLLANTES

...purplish marks on the skin to itching, blisters, abdominal pain and many others. It can occur in children and adults and the skin is the principal organ affected, although there can also be damage to bone marrow, liver and bones. “We didn't know any of