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Day: December 18, 2018

Physiotherapy it is key to easing the development and progression of Multiple Sclerosis

Adequate, accurate and early diagnosis, with the application of pharmacological treatments and physical therapies, are essential in the affected MS patient, according to the Spanish Association of Multiple Sclerosis (AEDEM-COCEMFE) celebrating Spain’s national MS day on 18 December Multiple Sclerosis disease has gone from being considered a rare disease to one which has now affected more than 47,000 people across Spain, that is the alarming message from the Spanish Society of Neurology in commemoration of the National Day of Multiple Sclerosis. Multiple sclerosis is one of the most common central nervous system diseases that affects the brain and spinal...

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A Getaway with a Difference for the Kids (small and big)

Small kids or big, if you can’t wait for the toys to come to you this Christmas, why not take yourself to the toys? Even those adults why claim to be grown up won’t be able to resist playing with toys if left alone for long enough, and we know a place where the magic of play comes alive each and every day, and, what’s more, it’s not a million miles away. Situated in the Alicante town of Ibi is a somewhat hidden attraction, the Toy Hotel, where each room is themed with a different play selection. There are...

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Elche to get New Provincial Auditorium

What the Orihuela Costa has longed for will soon be a reality in Elche, as the Provincial Government has decided to build them a brand new auditorium The Alicante Provincial government has agreed to build a brand new auditorium, which will be for all of the province’s residents to enjoy, in Elche. The President of the Provincial government, César Sánchez of the PP, announced on Monday that the government will construct a Provincial Auditorium in Elche for Culture and Congress. The building required the agreement of the local socialist government to provide the land, to which the Mayor, Carlos...

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Christmas Carols All This Week in Torrevieja

If you thought you’d have to wait another 12 months before hearing the sweet sound of Christmas carols in the centre of Torrevieja, you’re mistaken, as for the rest of this week, until Sunday, there is a programme of carols taking place every evening from 19.00h. The second edition of ‘Villancicos en la Plaza’ is being held from this evening, where children from a number of local schools will perform a concert to the public. Although the event is being touted as ‘Carols in the Square’, the actual performances will take place in Calle Maldonado, as this street provides...

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Government approves urgent measures to improve access to housing and promote affordable rents

The Royal Decree-Law on urgent measures to improve access to housing and promote affordable rents, approved by the Council of Ministers, provides for amendments to five laws that affect the sector, allowing improvements to be made to provide better conditions to rental agreements for tenants and prevent evictions. Among other measures, the minimum legal term in which a tenant can remain in rented accommodation is increased from three to five years, while the tacit extension period of the contract is raised from one to three years when the landlord and tenant do not declare their intention not to renew...

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