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14:07

LifeStyle

The 'blue light' that stops youngsters sleeping

DOMÉNICO CHIAPPE

Teenagers who use mobile devices for more than four hours a day sleep at least one hour less than normal. They fall asleep half an hour later and wake up half an hour earlier, compared with those who spend one hour or less in front of a screen every

16:53

Local

Care-worker abusers caught on camera at home for the disabled

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...care home owners had employed private detectives to fit the recording devices in the belief that they would reveal that some staff had been sleeping during the night shift when they should have been working. Putting the cameras in wasn’t easy as the ... centre has 46 employees as well as the residents themselves. However the unpleasant discovery when managers at the centre came to review the recordings was unexpected. Instead of sleeping employees, an initial look at the results of the undercover

16:44

Local

Charities call for solidarity with the homeless during the season of goodwill

Tony Bryant

Charitable organisations in the province of Malaga are reminding the public of the ongoing need to help the thousands of people sleeping rough in the region as well as those with reduced means to feed their families. The Christmas period often comes ... the morning of Christmas Eve. According to the Development Group for Homeless People in Malaga, there are more than 7,000 people sleeping rough in the province of Malaga. It is also estimated that around 40 per cent of the homeless people in Spain

16:44

Local

Marbella sends out emergency call for help as homeless numbers increase

Nieves Castro

The local branch of the Red Cross in Marbella (Cruz Roja) has launched an appeal for help due to an increase in the numbers of homeless in the town. The organisation offers on-the-spot help to people sleeping rough in the streets with its Intemperie ... for donations of sleeping bags, sleeping mats and waterproofs, the items needed most urgently. Hats, gloves and scarves are also wanted. Julián García, the president of the Cruz Roja in Marbella, said: “We need warm clothes to give out to these ... people. Sleeping bags, mats and rain jackets. Now at Christmas, we get a lot of offers of food and toys, but bringing these other materials is a magnificent way to collaborate.” García is in permanent contact with the local Social Services Department,

13:24

Sport

Far-reaching problems

Rob Palmer

...often needed to drag him out of his pad to make it to training and this week he was discovered to be sleeping on an airport sofa, exasperating an injury he picked up the day before. Instead of reporting for treatment, he was heading on a seemingly

15:23

LifeStyle

Experts call for obesity to be classified as a chronic illness

Ángel Escalera

...exercise. By restricting calories and moving more, extra kilos will be lost. Three key factors are sleeping well (a repairing sleep prevents obesity); not snacking between meals and taking exercise (walk, swim or cycle). Obesity can be overcome, but it is

12:16

LifeStyle

Drugs to the rescue

INÉS GALLASTEGUI

Sciences and Health in Madrid. The idea that anxiolytics, antidepressants and sleeping pills are prescribed too easily without taking into account their side effects nor their limited effectiveness is not new. However the negative voices have recently ... which increase the risk of heart attacks, strokes and diabetes, relapses caused by sleeping pills and suicides provoked by antidepressants. Peter Goetzsche goes even further and says these drugs are useless. “The industry invents mental disorders so

12:41

National

"I have suffered racism"

SUSANA ZAMORA

...however, and Luc ended up sleeping on the beach for 45 nights. He only ate once a day, and developed pneumonia. He underwent surgery twice. He was on the point of being deported. His faith in God and knowledge of the Bible came from a priest at the ... refugee policy and a socialist MP for Las Palmas. Can you remember what it was like, sleeping rough? It was very hard. It was something I could never have imagined when I was in Senegal, but it made me strong and helped me deal with what happened to

11:38

National

Charity report says 8.5 million in Spain suffer from social exclusion

DOMÉNICO CHIAPPE

...people sleeping on a bench in the street. It could be an elderly person who breaks a leg; a woman who has to go into prostitution; a household with four kids where everyone is OK but they are dependent on a precarious job that isn't enough to cover the

13:12

Local

Ex-footballer Demichelis wakes up to find burglars in Marbella home

Mónica Pérez

...three children were sleeping in their exclusive Santa Clara Golf villa. The burglars, however, did not leave empty-handed. "They had time to steal [things]. When I saw them they were coming up from the basement, which is where they got in." "I want to

15:55

Opinion

The weird and the wonderful

Peter Edgerton

...mental health problems. You know, people sleeping rough, and things like that.' 'That's absolutely brilliant. I'd dearly love to know more but I've got to get back to work.' He gave me his card and I fully intend to investigate further. It is, as I

14:00

Local

National fire prevention initiative comes to Torremolinos bullring

Tony Bryant

...fire in the home. The programme will emphasise the advantages of installing smoke detectors in the home, one of the most effective and economic systems for surviving a fire which occurs during sleeping hours. The three-day programme began on

12:42

Local

Mijas Rotary Club delivers new year parcels to local homeless

Tony Bryant

...several local businesses and associations, the Rotary Club were able to provide 40 homeless people with a hamper that included food, toiletries, winter clothes and sleeping bags to help keep them warm during the cold winter nights. This is the

14:44

Local

Malaga fairground now used to house new migrant arrivals

Á. FRÍAS / J. CANO

sleeping on the ground near the port under a temporary awning, drawing criticism. The pavilion or "caseta" on the show ground, on the outskirts of the city, is usually only used each August to host town hall events and guests during the annual Malaga