Smashing Times for Stressed Spaniards
"Aaaaarrrghhhh," yells unemployed Argentine Jorge as, picking up a hammer, he goes on the rampage, demolishing a hotel room in the middle of Madrid.
Elsewhere in the same hotel, seven 'colleagues' are doing the same to another 20 rooms, but the hotel manager doesn't bat an eyelid.
Survey reveals ignorance and confusion about cancer amongst the elderly
... Barcelona, Spain: Elderly spaniards
have very poor knowledge about cancer, its causes, treatment and prevention according to research carried out amongst people living in and around Barc...
Australian Injured as Spain Begins Annual Bullrunning Festival
... An Australian suffered injuries to a thigh and three other people were slightly hurt Saturday as thousands of spaniards
and tourists celebrated the start of the nine-day San Fermin bullrun.
The festival involves copious amounts of dancing, alcohol and the "enci...
Government Takes Steps to Reduce Binge Drinking Among Britons
... in bars and restaurants. The report from the market watchers Datamonitor// said that they consumed the equivalent of 2.2 pints of lager. Germans and spaniards
drank the equivalent of 1.9 pints, followed by the Swedes who were the most abstemious at 1.5 pints, below the European average of 1.8 pints. But when...
Teeth of Columbus' crew flesh out tale of new world discovery
...ains of 20 individuals excavated two decades ago by Italian and Dominican archaeologists portray a different picture, suggesting that living among the spaniards
at La Isabela were native Tanos, women and children, and possibly individuals of African origin. If confirmed, that would put Africans in the New Worl...
Evidence of earliest known domestic horses found in Kazakhstan
...e Plains Indians often had to develop their own tack, harnesses and equipment used for riding, they often saw the bridles and other equipment that the spaniards
and other Europeans had.
"There is no question that there are similarities in the Plains Indian societies and some cultures on the Eurasian steppe ...
Wallace S. Broecker wins the BBVA Foundation Frontiers of Knowledge Award in Climate Change
...ans J. Schellnhuber (Postdam Institute for Climate Impact Research - Germany); Bjorn Stevens (Max Planck Institute for Meteorology - Germany); and the spaniards
Carlos Duarte (Mediterranean Institute for Advanced Studies, CSIC University of the Balearic Islands) and Sergio Alonso (University of the Balearic I...
Sunflower debate ends in Mexico, researchers say
...flowers in Mexico more than 4,000 years before the spaniards
arrived, according to a team of researchers that i...ultural crop in eastern North America and that the spaniards
introduced the sunflower to Mexico from further no...archers argue that after the Spanish Conquest, the spaniards
tried to suppress cultivation of the sunflower bec...
100 percent of people carry at least 1 type of pesticide
... of the University of Granada , in collaboration with the Andalusian School of Public Health (Escuela Andaluza de Salud Pblica), found that 100% of spaniards
analyzed had at least one kind of persistent organic compound (POCs), substances internationally classified as potentially harmful to ones health, in ...
Why we could all do with a siesta
... The spaniards
may have been right all along ?a siesta after a hearty lunch is natural, new research suggests.
Scientists at The University of Manchester have for ...