Thursday, March 22, 2018

Liver-dwelling parasite infects 400 in Spain

Type of liver fluke is usually only found in more deprived countries

Holland and Barrett launch Spain website with free delivery into January

The store was formed in 1870 and has more than 110 branches in the UK

Research suggests sunshine reduces risk of dementia

'The potential for making a difference now is enormous' according to researchers

Herbal help for hay fever

In the latest in our series on the herbs of Andalucia, Sue Rodgers offers some herbal allergy remedies…

Spanish doctor ordered to pay up for mis-diagnosis of Wolf Man

A Madrid court found the medic guilty of not carrying out essential check-ups

Spunky Spanish

As it emerges that one in four Spaniards use prostitutes, Spanish sperm is named best in Europe

Sevilla manager’s shock cancer revelation inspires team’s comeback against Liverpool

SEVILLA FC has confirmed that their manager told his players he was suffering from prostate cancer while the side was losing 3-0 to Liverpool. Pundits...

Stay resolute

Dr Raymond Prats from Simplecare looks at healthy habits to keep up this year

Seeing off sciatica

Sciatica sufferers have a very good chance of overcoming the pain quickly if properly diagnosed, writes consultant orthopaedic surgeon Andrew Clarke of Nuffield Health Exeter Hospital

Marriage is a science

A new study shows couples still keep the romance alive after 21 years of marriage

San Pedro’s Arte Sano festival announces 60s theme for July’s tenth edition

The festival was attended by over 6,000 people last year

Pioneering surgery in Granada helps boy walk again

Surgeons reattached the boy's feet after he lost them in a road accident

Hospital elevator which cut new Andalucia mother IN HALF ‘had its memory erased’ afterwards

A JUDGE investigating how a new mother was cut in half by an elevator has asked police why the computer system operating the lift...

Balearic Islands propose limiting the number of cars to cope with tourism

Formentera town hall say the draft bill will limit the number of cars in circulation and cap the number of rental cars and motorbikes.

Ask the optician – summer eye care

As temperatures rise and everyone hits the beach, we see more and more people coming into the store with sore eyes. Here’s how to protect yours...

Energy Nordic: The electricity supplier that lets you make a difference

The company, which boasts a central location in Fuengirola, provides 100% green electricity Spain-wide, and is here to take the confusion out of selecting an electricity plan, also supplying you with easy-to-read electricity bills.

Sunny Spain is addicted to tanning salons

Jose Carlos Moreno from Spain’s dermatology academy (AEDV) believes it is an addiction

Higher cancer survival rate in Spain than in the UK

The cancer survival rate in Spain is almost 53% compared to 50% in the UK

Spanish religious group awarded for Ebola work in Africa

The award was one of eight Asturias prizes handed out, all of which come with a €50,000 cash prize

Andalucia lagging behind due to reliance on EU funds, claims new study

The study suggests in terms of time Andalucia lost nine years in GDP

Spaniards return to the gym at record levels during 2015

After a six-year slump, Spain’s fitness sector is back up and running

Food intolerance: When should you be suspicious?

Food intolerance affects between 20% and 30% of the population, although it is increasing

Expat drivers in Spain required to take medical test

A new directive will mean people driving on a UK licence will be forced to undergo a sight, hearing and co-ordination test

Bringing Scandinavian dental quality to Spain

Dentist Bjorn Abraham-Nilsen has set up Clinica Europa Dental in Alhaurin el Grande


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