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Spain’s Benidorm features as one of seven Alicante locations in the Top 100 Greenest Places of Europe
BENIDORM and six other Alicante towns feature in a study that reveals the greenest places in Europe. Elda, Alicante, Elche, Torrevieja, Benidorm, Alcoy and San...
Fried fast food is the most infamous culprit, although artificial trans fats can also be found in certain types of margarines and vegetable oils, bakery products and frozen pizzas, among others.
THE World Health Organization (WHO) has changed its advice on face masks, saying that they should be worn in public in order to halt the spread of coronavirus.
The findings will make tough reading for schools, as just 24% of parents said that school dinners came with information about the ingredients used
A ‘decline’ in the Mediterranean diet, which includes, fish, nuts, olive oil, fruit and vegetables, has been blamed by scientists for the poor results of Spain
It comes after it emerged in February that Spain is the world’s healthiest country, following analysis by Bloomberg
Black clouds of pollution billow daily from the industrial chimneys of the Campo de Gibraltar. Is it all merely hot air or a smoking gun for cancer? The Olive Press investigates
KILLER AIR: Andalucia Junta denounced for ‘failing’ to battle toxic air as Cadiz and Campo de Gibraltar revealed to...
ENVIRONMENTAL groups are taking legal action against the Junta for ‘failing to tackle toxic air’ in the Campo de Gibraltar. Ecologistas en Accion has...
ONLY 3% of the entire Spanish nation enjoy air quality that meets World Health Organisation standards. And according to the WHO’s latest shocking report, the...
The Gibraltar Government pointed to what it said were contributing factors that could not be controlled
Hot coffee at once reduces and increases a drinker’s risk of cancer
Puerto Real is the most polluted place in the country, while La Linea comes third
The report shows that global life expectancy has increased by five years since 2000
Spain's prized Iberico hams can’t cure fast enough for China
A significant amount of the Spanish population are breathing in dangerous levels of pollutants
A Spanish nurse has twice tested positive for the disease, blamed on hospital failure to follow protocol
The 69-year-old had been working in a hospital in Sierra Leone
Last year there were five times as many cases than the previous year
Spain is now seeking compensation