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Health/Beauty/Fashion news & information for A Coruña province

'Zara baby' born: Matilda Torretta Ortega is fashion founder's fifth grandchild
Health & Beauty Mon, Mar 23, 2020

'Zara baby' born: Matilda Torretta Ortega is...

INDITEX empire founder Amancio Ortega's daughter Marta has just given birth to her second child, a little girl called Matilda. She underwent a Caesarean section at A Coruña's Hospital Quirón, and both mother...

New 'Zara baby' on the way: Marta Ortega pregnant
Health & Beauty Wed, Oct 16, 2019

New 'Zara baby' on the way: Marta Ortega pregnant

BARELY a month after her first wedding anniversary, Inditex heiress Marta Ortega is said to be expecting her second child with new husband Carlos Torretta. According to magazine, Marta, 35, is pregnant with her and...

Nearly 20% of boys in Spain are obese
Health & Beauty Wed, Jun 10, 2009

Nearly 20% of boys in Spain are obese

Trinidad Jiménez, the Health Minister, revealed today that 19.8% of boys and 15% of girls in Spain are now considered to be clinically obese and that this obesity is mainly due to bad eating habits. Speaking in A...

Health & Beauty Tue, Jul 6, 2004

Opticians recommend precautionary eye tests for drivers...

The Galician College of Opticians warned today of the need for drivers to submit themselves to voluntary eyesight tests before embarking on any long holiday journeys if the number of accidents caused by poor vision are...

Health & Beauty Fri, May 21, 2004

Emigrant´s son ok after heart operation

The 12 year old son of a Galician emigrant living in Venezuela was allowed to leave La Coruña´s Juan Canalejo Hospital on Wednesday following recent heart surgery. Galicia´s Emigration Council released a statement...

Health & Beauty Fri, Feb 6, 2004

Santiago University pioneer synthetic blood research

It is begining to be known as “synthetic blood” among scientists. At the moment it is only being studied in Santiago University, but it is believed that, in the near future, this synthetic blood could replace the...

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