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14:48

LifeStyle

Sacked for donating

ANTONIO CORBILLÓN MADRID

...employers. Some potential donors are reluctant to go ahead because they fear they will lose their jobs"They said these had been voluntary tests and that I wasn't ill, so they wouldn't accept them. They said the only solution would be to apply for unpaid

15:06

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"Some pains are transmitted through observation"

PILAR MANZANARES health

...have that acute pain we wouldn't be able to survive. In fact there is a very rare condition called congenital insensitivity, which is hereditary, where people who suffer from it lack specific nerve fibres and can't feel pain; they receive blows, ... association of poker players who try to give it up but meet up and have a game. In a case like that, wouldn't it be better to mix with people who play chess? Is the pain real which we feel when someone we love is ill, or we believe we have inherited it but

16:28

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A luxury seafood diet in Paleolithic Malaga

FERNANDO TORRES

...days were marked by great pain; the doctor, afraid of being accused of euthanasia, wouldn't allow her to be sedated. Half a century after her death, her work is still shouting out to be rescued.

11:10

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Grey matter is green

JOSEBA VÁZQUEZ

...windows and views to the outdoors, and that has a positive effect on the students' performance,” he explains. Nothing that Rousseau wouldn't have known already. And he wasn't even Japanese.

19:11

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"I don't believe in the word 'jazz', I just call what I do 'music' "

Mindy Burrows/Iván Gelibter

...extension of what we experience every day, it’s changing all the time, so to call it by a particular name wouldn’t make sense. I can give you an example, when Bach was in the what people call today the Baroque period, they didn’t have a name for the time

14:44

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An unplanned but enjoyable career move

Jennie Rhodes

...have to stand down. I wouldn't have stood again but now I don't know whether I will be able to," she rues. Gwen adds that there are Brits living in Cómpeta who have already made the decision to go back to the UK. Approximately half of the population

13:24

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Living with a bullet in the head

Rubén Cañizares

...worked really hard for 100 days to recover. Never once did I think of giving up""I don’t bear a grudge against him. I forgave him a long time ago. If I spent 24 hours a day planning on revenge, I wouldn’t be happy. Maybe I was more to blame than he was,

13:49

National

Brits in Spain await Brexit talks outcome

J. RHODES / A. CORBILLÓN Malaga/Madrid

...first According to polls, the main concern among Britons living in Spain is healthcare. Many are worried that they would not be able to get private health insurance or that they wouldn't be able to afford it. What about Spanish companies and jobs?

18:58

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A policeman dressed as Spiderman

JUAN CANO

...find the costume. “I wanted a good one. I thought that would be easy, but it wasn't. I finally found one abroad for 600 euros. My mother laughed; she said they wouldn't let me into the hospitals, dressed like that,” says Edu 'Balboa' (his profile name

17:17

Sport

"We've been thinking about the winter transfer window since September"

ANTONIO GÓNGORA

...much patience with the coach, although this one always has. If I were a calmer type of person, more relaxed, I wouldn't be flogging myself so hard to find solutions. But I am, and we have found some. On Sunday you have another final coming up, and