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Men with low fertility have less risk of cancer – Swedish research show

Friday, 27 January 2012
Men with reduced fertility have a significantly lower risk of developing prostate cancer than other men, according to a new Swedish study.

The effects of alcohol of pregnancy: Small amounts of alcohol can kill foetuses

Monday, 23 January 2012
Even a small amount of alcohol can trigger a miscarriage, according to a Danish study.

Algae, next provider of Sustainable fuel? Really?

Friday, 20 January 2012
Algae can become a new source of renewable fuels and chemicals. Scientists have been able to develop bacteria that can turn the sugar in brown algae into ethanol.

Finnish pharma to treat cocaine-dependent US veterans? Monday, 16 January 2012
Finnish pharma company Biotie Therapies is launching a drug trial in the US investigating the treatment of cocaine dependence.

Regular consumption of very soft drinks increase liver obesity

Monday, 02 January 2012
That fizzy drinks are not good for the body is not a new story. But that those who drink more fizzy drink and don’t get fat but have problems similar to those who are obese remain a problems that solution are still being sought after.

Evidence that dull parents have obese children – Swedish research

Thursday, 29 December 2011
In a new provocative but, likely truthful observation, a study from university of Stockholm show that parents' lifestyles affect children's health significantly. The children of physically active parents had better health values and were less overweight.

How Music affects the brain – Finnish research shows a ground breaking finding

Wednesday, 07 December 2011
Finnish researchers have developed a groundbreaking new method that allows scientists to study how the brain processes different aspects of music.

Warning of outbreak of measles as more falls sick in Sweden

Sunday, 04 December 2011
The World Health Organization (WHO) warns that Europe is facing an explosive growth of missiles as reports hold that the sickness is growing a unparallel levels in Sweden.

Sweden to solve it doctor deficiency problems in 10 years

Thursday, 03 November 2011
In ten years, the shortage of doctors in Sweden will be an issue of the past. Many Swedish students who are studying medicine abroad are now starting to come back. Meanwhile, the number of places in Sweden for the same subject has risen sharply in recent years.

Sugar increases the risk of heart disease – new Swedish study

Tuesday, 25 October 2011
High sugar consumption can significantly increase the risk of cardiovascular disease, according to a new Swedish study based on an analysis of 4301 people.

Average Swedish life expectancy increases more for men than for women

Thursday, 20 October 2011
During the last ten-year period average life expectancy in Sweden has increased by slightly more than two years for men and 1.5 years for women.

How Swedish rooster become so valuable in the beauty industry.

Sunday, 16 October 2011
Swedish cocks or what is known as roosters are bred to serve as raw material for lip enhancement and anti-wrinkle creams, a recent radio Sweden beauty program revealed.

Super size Northern ozone hole of record size

Monday, 10 October 2011
A hole in the ozone layer that was over Finland last spring has now been found to have been of record size, and comparable to the depletion of ozone over the Antarctic.

Two Americans will share the Nobel Prize for Economics

Monday, 10 October 2011
The Swedish Central bank, the Riksbank has awarded the Prize for Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel to two Americans. Thomas J. Sargent, at New York University and Christopher A. Sims of Princeton University.

Norbel prize for literature goes to Tomas Transtr�mer, a quite Swede who has been much poetic since the Second World War

Thursday, 06 October 2011
The Swedish, 80-year-old poet has been one of the pre-tipped. He receives literary award for being "through his condensed, translucent images, he gives us fresh access to reality” as stated in the jury's verdict. For "One of the world's largest".

Nobel Prize in Chemistry to Daniel Shechtman - A remarkable mosaic of atoms

Wednesday, 05 October 2011
The Nobel Prize in Chemistry for 2011 was awarded to Daniel Shechtman "for the discovery of quasicrystals". Shechtman is an Israeli citizen, born 1941, and worked at the Technion - Israel Institute of Technology in Haifa.

2011 Nobel Prize in Physics awarded to three top brains

Tuesday, 04 October 2011
Nobel Prize in Physics for 2011 awarded to the three Americans egg heads Saul Perlmutter, Brian Schmidt and Adam Riess.

Nobel Committee tripped over as one of the winners of medicine prize is dead

Monday, 03 October 2011
One of today's Laureates, the Canadian Ralph Steinman, has recently died, said the Nobel Committee said.

Three egg heads will share the Nobel Prize in Medicine
Monday, 03 October 2011

Bruce Beutler, Jules Hoffmann and Ralph Steinman have been awarded the 2011 Nobel Prize for medicine.

Painkillers can stop the growth of cancerous cells – Swedish study show

Tuesday, 27 September 2011
Painkillers can help to slow the growth of cancer tumours, according to a Swedish study.

Gonorrhea ravages the Swedes big as Stockholm hit hard with growth in sexually transmitted disease.

Monday, 26 September 2011
Sexually transmitted disease in Sweden continues to grow as Stockholm came under attach from increasing gonorrhoea infection. This is a continuation in a phenomenon that had started last year.

Swedish research show that it is easier to predict pregnancy problems

Thursday, 22 September 2011
In the future it may be easier to predict complications during pregnancy. This is a result from researchers in Link�ping University who found a way to predict pre-eclampsia and other problems during pregnancy.

Swedish government makes available more scholarships to entice non EU students

Sunday, 18 September 2011
Out-of-EU-students who where a growing phenomenon in Swedish Universities have fled the country’s institutions of higher learning in their drove as high tuition fees became a reality not a fad. As such the government has realised that it has to entice them with funding.

Sweden second best in IT country in the world
Friday, 16 September 2011
Almost every other person in the rich world is now carrying Internet in their pocket.

Copenhagen University tops Scandinavian Universities as the leader of the best world universities

Monday, 05 September 2011
Latest classification of best world universities has been released and the Danish Universities lead the top 100 universities Swedish universities come slowly behind.

A noisy classroom could not necessarily be all bad. Finnish results show that noisy classrooms could enhance children learning

Saturday, 20 August 2011

How Swedish students build up unsustainable debts while studying abroad

Monday, 15 August 2011
Since 2005, the number of Swedish students with huge debt to the tone of Skr1million owed to the state student loan company, CSN has more than doubled.

Danish universities admit record number of students as most escape the economic crisis to seek further studies

Saturday, 30 July 2011
Latest data out of Saturday show that a record number of students have bee admitted to various courses at different schools of higher learning in the country.


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Thou shall use cosmetics in Moderation: Researchers

Monday, 18 July 2011
Women’s use of cosmetic today has expanded and is still growing directing to the view that increasingly more women are exposed to chemicals contained in the cosmetic products. Scientist advices for moderate use.

Plans to make Denmark a Down syndrome – free heaven  

Sunday, 17 July 2011
Denmark has decided not listen to people who may complain of human selection and have put their foot on the ground to promote increase abortion of foetuses suspected of having Down syndrome.

More Swedish people choose distant learning programs

Thursday, 14 July 2011
A record number of Swedish people applied to study for the forth coming fall courses, latest information show. But the pattern is like never before with more choosing to apply for distant study courses than before.

A record number of applicants to Danish universities

Tuesday, 12 July 2011
Last year, there was a very high number of applicants to Danish universities such that it was considered largest number of candidates applying for higher education ever. But this year's application piles are even higher making it a record.


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