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Further education gives a longer life - research

Tuesday, 14 February 2012
Anyone with a university education will on average live almost five years longer than those not finishing high school a new Swedish research show.

Antidepressants increase among young in Sweden

Friday, 13 July 2012
Stress, boredom and uncertainty in their futures means that more and more young people in Sweden are being increased anti depressants.

The future of Swedish education quality compromised due to teachers shortages

Friday, 13 July 2012
Concerns about the quality of education in Sweden increases as the number of vacant teaching positions in Sweden also increases.

More skin cancer risk common in coastal areas such as Gothenburg, Sweden - new research show

Tuesday, 10 July 2012
A new cancer risk alarm warns that there is higher possibility to be affected by malignant melanoma in a costal region in Sweden such as  more Gothenburg as well as along the coastline than in the municipalities interior, a new observatory study has identified.

Drug addicts warned of anthrax in heroin - they either stop their addition or risk stoned for life

Monday, 09 July 2012
Drug consumer and addicts are cautioned of contaminated heroine that could leave their consumers stoned for life with anthrax. The alarm cane after a 55-year-old man dies in Copenhagen of anthrax infection that probably came from contaminated heroin.

Many people could be affected with diabetes without knowing it

Monday, 09 July 2012
Hundreds of thousands of Swedes have type 2 diabetes without the disease being detected a new report say as part of a new study.

Swedish teachers are the lowest paid comparatively in Europe

Monday, 02 July 2012
The pay received by Swedish teachers is lagging behind compared to other countries, a new report has said.

New findings may provide clued on how to tackle Parkinsons illness

Wednesday, 27 June 2012
Researchers at Lund University, Sweden claim to have come a step closer to a move to modifying the drug that could tackle the Parkinson's disease.

Protein-rich diet with few carbohydrates increases heart failure risks – Swedish- American Research
Wednesday, 27 June 2012
One of the largest studies to date has shown that Protein-rich diet with few carbohydrates increases the risk of heart disease and stroke, a new Swedish -American study shows.

Drives for religious education to be quarantined in Finnish schools

Monday, 25 June 2012
Religion Hours in primary schools in Finland are poised to be can be reduced after 2016, a report in Finnish media hold. The lower number of religion classes are part of the new distribution of lesson hours in basic education.

Swedish people want draconian moves to attach obesity – along Danish Lines

Monday, 25 June 2012
More Swedish people want their government to take more hawkish attitudes towards attacking the problem of obesity in the country. They feel that though the other Nordic countries such as Denmark are already taxing sugar and butter, Swedish politicians are doing nothing.

Following dietary advice may improve and lengthen life - but few do it

Tuesday, 19 June 2012
The dietary guidelines given by the Swedish National Food Agency (NFA) or Livsmedelsverkets has been determined in Sweden as the best pathway to a better, healthy and longer life, But a recent study show that few people follow it.

A new medical method may help vascular disease

Friday, 15 June 2012
Researchers at the Sahlgrenska University Hospital in Göteborg have managed to implant a blood vessel made from a patient’s own stem cells in a ten year old, sick girl. One year after surgery she now is doing pretty fine making the researchers to hope that this could be a method to assist patients who need bypass surgery.

Improved physical activities at child hood reduced the risk for anxiety – Swedish study show
Thursday, 14 June 2012
Poor fitness in adolescence doubles the risk of a severe depression in later life, a new Swedish study on young people show adding that the effect last up to 40 years.

Nobel Prize cash award reduced by 20 percent to meet future budget shortfall

Monday, 11 June 2012
The Nobel Foundation is lowering the cash prize money for the Nobel Prizes awards by twenty percent, an adjustment to meet pressures caused by budget shortfall.

University of Miami initiates clinical trial of XM-ONE®

Friday, 08 June 2012
The transplantation unit at Jackson Memorial Hospital and the University of Miami, FL, USA has entered into a research project with the Allenex group company AbSorber. The project is a pilot study evaluating the endothelial cell cross match XM-ONE® in their Living Donor program.

First patient included in DiaGenic and GE Healthcare project to develop a blood test for Mild Cognitive Impairment, associated with Alzheimer’s

Thursday, 07 June 2012
DiaGenic ASA [OSL:DIAG] today announced that the first patient with MCI (Mild Cognitive Impairment) was examined with [18F] Flutemetamol PET imaging at University of Lund Sweden in the DiaGenic and GE Healthcare Research Collaboration announced March 27th 2012.

Swedish scientists close to designing a perfect Vaccine for Alzheimer’s

Wednesday, 06 June 2012
Swedish scientists are one step closer to designing a breakthrough that could provide cure for severe dementia, Alzheimer's disease. It is shown in a results of a Swedish study published in the medical journal The Lancet Neuology today.

As Swedish people are getting fatter at a record rate, so the increase in the purchase of more saturated fat

Tuesday, 05 June 2012
Contrary to nutritional recommendations that there should be as low as possible the consumption of saturated fats, fewer Swedish people buy more real saturated fatty products.

Gonorrhoea in women in Sweden increases sharply

Thursday, 24 May 2012
Sexually transited disease, particularly gonorrhoea is increasing especially among women in the Stockholm area where the infection is increasing most.

Sharp fall in foreign students interested in studying in Sweden

Wednesday, 23 May 2012
International student interest in Swedish higher education has decreased dramatically among since tuition fees were introduced for all non-EU students.

How urbanisation increases allergies - research

Tuesday, 08 May 2012
A new research in Finland shows that growing up in the country can reduce the risk of allergies.

Swedish School performances gets the bigger gulf  and it persist

Friday, 04 May 2012
The differences between the Swedish schools in terms of performance is increasing rapidly, according to a report by the Swedish School Agency (skolverket) will present today.

Poor quality of university courses identified among Swedish schools of higher learning

Thursday, 26 April 2012
Swedish self critical attitude has means that much higher education courses in Sweden is of poor quality. Just over one in five training programs fail to meet required quality when those various academic programs were examines.

As the Swedes struggle with a growing fat epidemic, more broken knees associated with heaviness

Tuesday, 24 April 2012
The Swedish people are getting too heavy for their knee joints. Today, many 45 year olds use knee prosthesis due to being overweight or obese according to news reports.

Norwegian Public officials flying more and more and the question emerged as to how they enforce emissions control

Saturday, 21 April 2012
The Norwegian government wants to cut emissions of greenhouse gases, but its employees tend to fly more with the view that more pollution is carried out by air travel. With the Environment Ministry among the "worst", the question now is how are they going to meet or even enforce their targets?

New swedish DNA test for foetus would reveal whether the unchild has Down syndrome

Wednesday, 04 April 2012
As the Nordic countries continue their quest of creating the best form of humans, soon, a new DNA test for foetuses will be unvailed. This will assist in determining whether the unborn baby has Down syndrome without the risk of miscarriage via amniocentesis.

Sweden announces Super Investment in research – upping its stance in international biomedical and engineering research

Tuesday, 03 April 2012
Sweden is to launch an international research, Science for Life lab, with a turnover of one billion a year.

Many Swedish graduates stock in unemployment questioning the tenet of higher education

Monday, 02 April 2012
More than one in five college graduates in Sweden are out of work a year after graduation. But the differences between them lie in the courses they studies and that difference is great a new media report show.

The top ranking Swedish universities and collages are …

Friday, 30 March 2012
Which are the best universities in Sweden? Well, a business magazine, Focus, has ranked universities here based on the interest of students own preferences. That means big surprises in the list begging the question if this is the a god model to to classify universities a country.

Financial hardship on students from developing countries means that Finland stops recruiting students from there

Thursday, 29 March 2012
Swedish defence Minister, Sten Tolgfors, has been forced to resign what is described in Swedish press “he departs on his own accord”, referring to the Swedish prime minister's press secretary.

Swedish latest research points to future battery made of wood for sustainable energy

Monday, 26 March 2012
There is still a vacuum in the a growing technological sector - lack good storage capability for electricity generated from solar and wind power so that it cane be used in a future time as needed for example, during nights and still days.

Loneliness leads to depression – Finnish study show

Friday, 23 March 2012
People living alone face an 80-percent higher risk of falling into depression compared to those who live in the company of others, according to fresh findings by Finnish researchers.

Mass mistake or just plain inefficiency – how would twenty doctors missed spotting a cancer tumour that led to a patient to die

Friday, 23 March 2012
Although the man was examined by at least 20 or maybe as many as 30 doctors they failed to discover his cancer of the oesophagus until it was too late. The man died a few weeks after it was discovered.

More Swedish people die from Skin cancer than from road accident – a new study shows

Wednesday, 21 March 2012
Summer, sun - and skin cancer, this is the routes that lead to more Swedes evolving to their death. Although the Sun is a known risk factor leading to the development of skin cancer, Swedes continue to sun bath much as before. This year, 500 Swedes died of malignant skin cancer, more than they die in traffic, according to the Swedish Cancer Society.

More children in Sweden diagnosed with autism

Tuesday, 20 March 2012
With new methods, staff at the children healthcare centres in Sweden has been able to carry out early detection of children with autism, research carried out at Sahlgrenska Academy show.

New method pitted to be effective in curing skin cancer

Monday, 12 March 2012
A new treatment of malignant skin cancer tested in Sweden has shown impressively promising results.

The process of studying in Sweden is becoming more expensive and unaffordable

Thursday, 23 February 2012
Despite the fact that the Swedish students get funding from their government funding body, CSN, that process of funding is becoming unaffordable for the students.

Which are some of the best Universities in Finland? Aalto University is best

Friday, 17 February 2012
Aalto University, Finland has been recently classified as the best training institute for economics and degree programs in engineering, according to investigation carried out in the country’s institutions recently.

New method gives cancer patients hope of life – electricity to destroy bad tumours

Wednesday, 08 February 2012
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There is a move being taken in a medical community in Sweden in which a method is being pioneered at studies at the University Hospital in Uppsala in which electricity could be used to scatter dangerous caner tumours.

Denmark winning the Scandinavian leadership battle of Pharmaceutical development


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























 



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