Investigating the influence of altitude on training to improve sporting performance

The University of Granada is leading the project ‘Hi-Power’ in which international judo players are taking part. With the collaboration of the University of Ljubljana in Slovenia, and the participation of researchers from the Sierra Nevada High Performance Centre (owned by the National Sports Council) the study seeks to test whether training at altitude improves speed in certain moves.

Therapeutic workshops to improve the quality of life of children with atopic dermatitis

Parents and children take part in therapeutic workshops on atopic dermatitis organised by the Malaga Women and Children’s Hospital. Dermatologists, together with allergists, paediatricians, clinical psychologists and nurses answer their questions and teach them how to live with this condition that affects 15% of the population between 0 and 14 years old.