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19:48

LifeStyle

New Year's resolutions: a 4,000-year-old pledge to self-improvement

Tony Bryant

...those who touched his head. The Romans usually made resolutions with a moral flavor, but when the Empire accepted Christianity as its official state religion in the fourth century, the Feast of Circumcision began to be celebrated on January 1. The

16:34

Sport

What's next for Ronaldo?

Rob Palmer

Cristiano Ronaldo will still continue to jump out at us from the pages of glossy magazines and grace us with his social media presence but I fear this is the final straight for one of the most dominant footballers on the planet. For a decade he has

11:44

LifeStyle

Learning to live with pain

M. ÁNGELES GONZÁLEZ

...chronic pain with anxiety and depression which is very difficult to treat,” said José Manuel González Mesa, coordinator of the Clínico Hospital's pain unit, who says state of mind is important in cases such as these. “I would say it is like a type of

16:23

LifeStyle

Gamel Woolsey, the burning poet

Alberto gómez

...melancholic temperament and Eliot’s disdain didn’t help her, although her poems were eventually published by others. Her delicate state of health, aggravated by the alcohol, meant that she had to spend long periods of time in bed,” he says. She spent most

17:01

LifeStyle

Fats that help to lose weight

INÉS GALLASTEGUI

Granada University. The "perversion of the food train," says this sports doctor, became consolidated when the United States, at that time the world's biggest producer of cereals (it is now the second, after China), decided to get rid of its surpluses by

20:32

LifeStyle

Hispanic Day, a celebration of what?

Tony Bryant

...but several US states do not recognise the day at all. Others have replaced Columbus Day, which became a public holiday in the US in 1937, with Indigenous Peoples Day, a counter-celebration commemorating the history of Native American peoples.

18:08

Travel

Cosy Copenhagen

Andrew Forbes

...happiness. Maybe this is because that they enjoy a peaceful, functioning democracy with a developed welfare state - and they endeavour not to be show-offs! Old town charm As a visitor, that focus on the simple pleasures of life really makes Copenhagen a