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Mujer mayor con gorro
11 December 2019
Some things are learned little by little, throughout life. Without realising it. What attracts us to people, what we dislike, what we choose or...
Fotografia de Mayte Sancho
22 November 2019
These days, winds of change are blowing in this house, accompanied for many of us by a tenuous feeling of nostalgia and orphanhood. Matia knows a lot...
Manos con un calendario
14 November 2019
The European Society for Patient Adherence, Compliance and Persistence (ESPACOMP) defines the term "medication adherence" as the process in which the...
05 November 2019
Caring is very integrated and standardised in our society. Most people have cared, are caring or will one day care. This idea is so widespread that...
Flores marchitas
11 October 2019
THANK YOU, to all of you, PEOPLE. Yes, PERSONS, in capital letters. No nurses, no doctors, no psychologists, no assistants. Humanity in its pure...
Xabi Madina
08 October 2019
I'm Xabier Madina, I'm not going to introduce myself by listing the things I can't do, nor the medical diagnoses that have been assigned to me...
Mujer mayor dormida sosteniendo una muñeca
21 September 2019
I recently read in "The New Yorker" an interesting article entitled "The Comforting Fictions of Dementia Care", which I recommend reading. Its author...
Mujer mayor durmiendo en su cama
14 August 2019
Sleep disorders and dementia People spend a third of their lives sleeping, with sleep having a physical and cognitive repair function. As the years...
Fuente de la que cae un chorro de agua
26 June 2019
Heat, especially associated with humidity, further increases the risk of mortality, and this is because when perspiration systems act more than the...
Frasco de píldoras
10 June 2019
The use of medicines in the elderly poses many problems due to the physiological changes that occur in our bodies during the ageing process and the...

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