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16:41

LifeStyle

An eye test could be the first step towards detecting type 2 diabetes

SUR IN ENGLISH

...can largely prevent vision loss from diabetes. Throughout November, Specsavers Ópticas are offering free eye tests and eye-health information for diabetes sufferers (and those at risk of developing it) in store. What's more, Specsavers in Fuengirola

15:59

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Coín street race raises funds for sufferers of fibromyalgia

TONY BRYANT

More than 250 runners took part in the 49th edition of the Vuelta Pedestre last week in Coín, one of the oldest street races in Andalucía. The 10 kilometre race was held to raise funds for the Coín based Aficoin, an organisation that helps sufferers

13:34

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Making the world a better place with art

Tony Bryant

A group of creative British expats have joined forces to raise funds for cancer research and palliative care. Known as the Lucky Quilters, the group is made up of several specialists in the traditional art of patchwork. Based in Benalmádena, Lucky

10:34

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Alzheimer's sufferers and their families get royal support

Ángel Escalera

sufferers need support and should be entitled to respite care from time to time. Also present at the conference were the president of the Junta de Andalucía, Susana Díaz; the mayor of Malaga, Francisco de la Torre; the Secretary of State for Social ... Services and Equality, Mario Garcés, and Cheles Cantabrana, the president of the Spanish Alzheimer's Confederation (CEAFA), which organised the event. Susana Díaz stressed that it is important for Alzheimer's sufferers to benefit from integral treatment.

12:50

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Walks that make a stand against cancer

MÓNICA PÉREZ

“The initiative has become a sort of group therapy in which patients and their family members have been able to share happy, meaningful experiences. What's more, it's proven to be so beneficial that it has become a regular, planned activity, with sev

14:49

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When your headache makes life impossible

Ángel Escalera

...cases it takes more than two years for sufferers to be correctly diagnosed. The pain, which gets worse when the patient is standing up, is often accompanied by visual disturbance, nausea, vomiting and depression. Resting in bed in a dark room normally ... headaches share similar clinical symptoms, and the symptoms of a migraine can vary considerably among sufferers so it is not easy to diagnose, explained Dr Santos. "Migraine is a difficult illness to manage because the treatment often has to be adjusted,

12:02

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The purpose built village which will be a home for Alzheimer's patients

IRMA CUESTA world alzheimer's day

If all goes according to plan, by the end of 2019 the French town of Dax will make history by becoming the second place on the planet with a type of commune for Alzheimer's sufferers. It will have a community of 120 patients, living in a place which

12:44

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Azahara Muñoz shares her struggle with thyroid problems

ENRIQUE MIRANDA

The typical image of an elite sportsperson has always been of someone in peak physical condition. This is not always the case. The local golfer Azahara Muñoz has revealed that she has undergone medical treatment for a problem that was first diagnosed

10:36

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About 100 people learn how to deal with and combat constant pain

IVÁN GELIBTER

...of the public. The aim of this event was to exchange knowledge and information to improve all aspects of treatment and pain relief, and also to help sufferers to face up to the problem of constant pain with a positive attitude. The conference, ... Marbella(AFIMAR), were also on hand to provided information which can help pain sufferers. This session was led by Isabel Quintanilla, who is an AECC volunteer in Marbella. The hospital committee had sent information about this event to all relative associations

11:29

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The steps of the lost

INÉS GALLASTEGUI

...go to the other side of Spain: they're right here, in a radius of three kilometres from their homes. These are deaths which could have been prevented,” says Joaquín Amills, the president of SOS Desaparecidos. Why do Alzheimer's sufferers get lost?