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14:47

Sport

A different kind of plan

Rob Palmer

...have signed a contract yet appears to be reluctant to pose for a photo with the president who is increasingly unpopular. Despite the Suárez and Messi issue, Valverde continues to harness the pair until the Uruguayan has keyhole surgery on his wobbly

11:23

LifeStyle

Prostate cancer, the most common tumour in men

LINDA ONTIVEROS

...the patient, the characteristics of the tumour and where it is located. “If it has not left the prostate it is potentially curable,” says Dr Mendez, who explains that there are two types of treatment. First, curative treatments, which are surgery ... “any treatment can have possible side effects,” says Dr Méndez. He is referring to erectile dysfunction or urinary incontinence due to the surgery, although this is increasingly less common thanks to advances in the techniques. With radiotherapy, which

11:05

LifeStyle

Opening up our hearts

ISABEL IBÁÑEZ

surgery unit at the Gregorio Marañón hospital, has had similar experiences. He was even threatened by a couple who lost their teenage son. “You are so sorry about what has happened; you feel so bad. You ask yourself whether if you had done anything

10:47

LifeStyle

“Where cancer is concerned, exercise and a healthy diet are as important as medication”

ÁNGEL ESCALERA

surgery. The programme consists of three aspects: an exercise plan to suit each woman's physical condition; healthy eating (the Mediterranean diet) and check-ups to determine the degree of cognitive alterations which may be suffered by some patients after ... Mujeres Operadas de Cáncer de Mama (Health Club for Women after Breast Cancer Surgery) was launched by the regional government's provincial health delegate, Ana Isabel González; Dr Alba; the managers of the Carlos Haya and Clínico hospitals, Emiliano Nuevo ... exercise not only increases the overall survival rate of patients in general, but specifically those who had had breast cancer. She particularly recommended that women who had undergone surgery for a breast tumour should take exercise, because it is very

17:07

Opinion

How to get a Michelin star

A. J. LINN

...way there are websites telling us how to earn Michelin stars. Not exactly rocket science or brain surgery, mainly common sense, but from personal experience it often seems that many chefs are not too well endowed in that particular department. Start

11:44

LifeStyle

One in six people will have a stroke, but 80% of them could be prevented

EUROPA PRESS

One in every six people will suffer a stroke, but approximately 80 per cent of these cases can be prevented, according to the director of the Angiology and Vascular Surgery department of the Quirónsalud Marbella hospital and Quirónsalud clinic in ... yearThe TCAR procedure is the safest and least invasive treatment for a strokeAccording to the specialist, the TCAR is a clinically proven alternative to invasive open surgery, the normal treatment for a stroke, and safer than transfemoral stenting. The

14:14

Opinion

Celebrating health

Rachel Haynes

...solution, the next port of call is the doctor's surgery or, if faster attention is needed, the accident and emergency department - along with everyone else, it seems. Depending on who you speak to and the experiences they've had, you could surmise that the

10:59

LifeStyle

Antequera stroke case could lead to change in hospital A&E procedures

Ángel Escalera

...colleague who had taken him to the hospital went back to work. Some five hours after his arrival, hospital staff, alerted by another patient, found that he had suffered a stroke in the waiting room. He underwent surgery at Malaga's Carlos Haya hospital

10:35

Local

Everyone behind Adrián

AUGUSTIN PELÁEZ

...and the following day Adrían underwent further surgery. In this second intervention, the surgeons used an external drainage system to better control the pressure in the skull before the next operation that the boy was scheduled for. In between his ... second and third operation, Adrián was taking a course of painkillers, recommended by his doctors, so that the ventricles in his brain would be as open as possible for surgery. The news of the hospitalisation of Adrián Martín spread around the world. A