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12:51

Local

Marbella's medieval towers chosen for university study

Mónica Pérez

...review a sample of the Muslim towers in the region started in January. It has three aims. Firstly, investigators want to know exactly what condition the towers are in. Secondly, there will be a study to date the towers and investigate construction ... techniques and thirdly, a study of their setting.

13:54

National

Despite high Spanish unemployment, a study shows it's hard for firms to fill certain posts

SUR

Although Spain has around three million unemployed, quite often jobs stay vacant because employers can't find the right people. A new study by Manpower Group on solving the talent gap has explained that the profile of professionally-qualified ... professionals such as project managers, lawyers and researchers. Overall, one in four companies say that every year it gets harder to find the right sort of people. No experience or skills As companies evolve, Manpower Group says in its study that finding

11:14

LifeStyle

A diet for the Earth

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...adjusted to the circumstances of each country," says one of the coordinators of the study, Tim Lang, a professor at London University. The experts insist that the information is available, but as the editorial which 'The Lancet' includes with its study

11:26

National

Spanish virologists are taking part in studies for a potential vaccine

EFE

...on Tuesday. In this study, researchers have identified the specific region of the S protein, which is part of the envelope of all coronaviruses, and which would be key to making a coronavirus vaccine. IRTA researcher and veterinarian Julia ... been able to confirm whether the origin of the new coronavirus is animal, but the study's predictions point to chickens and civets as the most likely suspects among all the species available in the genome databases. Joaquim Segalés, IRTA researcher

13:17

National

Brexit researchers want the opinions of British expats in Spain

Jennie Rhodes

...responses and stories "can help other citizens as well as enlighten society". BrExpats is a sociological study that questions what Brexit means for Britons resident in other European Union member states. Through the research the project team aim to

11:43

LifeStyle

Taking too much ibuprofen can have negative effects on male sexual health, study shows

EFE

Ibuprofen is a very common anti-inflammatory medication, but according to a study by the French National Institute of Health and Medical Research (INSERM) it can have a negative effect on male reproductive health. Taking ibuprofen in large doses ... associated with reproductive disorders. Researchers from several institutes and hospitals took part in the study focusing on fit young menTestosterone production This compensatory hypogonadism, which is a condition suffered regularly by 10% of elderly ... role in the control of testosterone production. Other experiments showed that the medication inhibits the activity of the inhibin B follicle stimulating hormone, produced by Sertoli cells. The leaders of this study explained that this frequently

11:22

LifeStyle

Eating fish every week improves children's cognitive performance, according to study

MINDY BURROWS

A team from the University of Pennsylvania's School of Nursing published a study this week which has proved that the weekly consumption of fish is linked to having a higher IQ. Children who eat fish every week have an IQ that is four points higher, ... on average, than those who consume fish infrequently or not at all. The study revealed that eating fish improves sleep which leads to higher mental capacities. Previous studies clarified the link between the consumption of omega-3, the fatty acid ... found in many types of fish, and a higher IQ, as well as links between omega-3 and better sleep. However, this is the first study that has discovered that all of these links are connected. For the study, a group of 541 children in China, aged nine to

16:28

LifeStyle

A luxury seafood diet in Paleolithic Malaga

FERNANDO TORRES

...reach, and they were able to catch it thanks to rudimentary fishing techniques. In addition to shellfish, the Mediterranean occasionally served them an even more succulent dish, the meat and fat of a beached whale. This menu has been revealed in a study ... about those who used to catch shellfish," he explained. One of the best-known groups with fishing skills was in Nerja, but this study has now confirmed that another also existed in Cueva de la Victoria. Specialists in marine and terrestrial fauna, ... paleolothic archaeology, age-dating and cave art participated in the study, which was coordinated by Salamanca University with the collaboration of UNED, the University of Valencia and the archaeological team from the Ardales Cave. Upon her grave in the

13:24

LifeStyle

Researchers in Malaga take part in testing a vaccine for Type One diabetes

ÁNGEL ESCALERA

Professionals from the diabetes unit at the Malaga Regional Hospital (based in the Hospital Civil) are taking part in a European multicentric study which is being developed in Spain, the Czech Republic and Sweden, to study the effectiveness of a ... Marisol Ruiz de Adana. She says the study will show whether the vaccine can be used to preserve the beta cells (that produce insulin) which are attacked when diabetes occurs. It is the T lymphocytes in the patient's immune system which, mistakenly, destroy ... Madrid, Barcelona, Seville and Zaragoza are taking part. The general coordinator of this multicentric study is Swedish professor Johnny Ludvigsson. In Spain, the project coordinator is Luis Castaño. In Malaga, as well as Dr Ruiz de Adana, doctors Juan