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ANDALUCIA and the Valencia Community are not providing enough nursing home places for people aged 65 and over. The claim is made in a report...
THE first ever cases of avian flu among humans in Spain have been confirmed by the World Health Organisation(WHO). The two infections were among farm...
ONE person killed themselves every 14 hours in Andalucia during 2020, according to the Junta. Some 793 people died as a consequence of suicide in...
TWO children have died of acute hepatitis in the Andalucia and Murcia regions of Spain. They are the first deaths of youngsters in the country...
HIGH polluting older cars will be banned from centres of large cities in Spain next year with the creation of low emission zones. The new...
THE World Health Organisation (WHO) has warned that the coronavirus may never go away.
THE World Health Organisation (WHO) has issued a statement urging smokers to quit the habit to help prevent a second wave of COVID-19. Released on...
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
According to the WHO there is no current vaccine for Hepatitis C, but in Spain a drug has been deployed since 2015 to treat over 120,000 people
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
Deaths caused by pollution are eight times higher than those caused by car accidents
Europe's first case confirmed in Catalunya as six more people infected in Spain
Curing Spain’s medical errors
Spain's prized Iberico hams can’t cure fast enough for China
Dr Carlos Alberto Gonzalez was responding to October’s WHO report
A German court ruled that Frunet, in Algarrobo, was wrongly blamed for an outbreak of the disease
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
Figures show the average Spanish woman lived to the ripe-old age of 85.1 years in 2012
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