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16.08.2019Patient interpretation of the Patient-Generated Subjective Global Asse | PPA - Dove Medical Press

Patient interpretation of the Patient-Generated Subjective Global Asse | PPA  Dove Medical Press

Trude R Balstad,1,2 Asta Bye,3,4 Cathrine RS Jenssen,1 Tora S Solheim,1,2 Lene Thoresen,2,5 Kari Sand1,2,6 1Department of Clinical and Molecular ...

06.08.2019Paclitaxel-loaded biodegradable ROS-sensitive nanoparticles for cancer | IJN - Dove Medical Press

Paclitaxel-loaded biodegradable ROS-sensitive nanoparticles for cancer | IJN  Dove Medical Press

Abhilash D Pandya,1 Eliézer Jäger,2 Shahla Bagheri Fam,3 Anita Höcherl,2 Alessandro Jäger,2 Vladimir Sincari,2 Bo Nyström,4 Petr Štěpánek,2 Tore Skotland ...

13.08.2019DBT detects more breast cancers than digital mammography - Radiology Business

DBT detects more breast cancers than digital mammography  Radiology Business

Breast cancer screening using digital breast tomosynthesis (DBT) detects more cancers than digital mammography (DM) in women of all density and age groups ...

12.08.2019Avoiding Fatal Consequences of Adulterated Alcohol Requires Unexpected Treatment - Medscape

Avoiding Fatal Consequences of Adulterated Alcohol Requires Unexpected Treatment  Medscape

Prompt, appropriate treatment is needed for adulterated or fake alcohol poisoning, but many may be surprised by one method used.

20.07.2019Norway to send assistance to Ebola victims in DR Congo - Democratic Republic of the Congo - ReliefWeb

Norway to send assistance to Ebola victims in DR Congo - Democratic Republic of the Congo  ReliefWeb

-The Ebola outbreak in DR Congo is serious. We are therefore sending equipment and a team of experts to the country, said Minister of Foreign Affairs Ine ...

29.07.2019Clinical trial reveals potential for treating larger strokes with thrombectomy - EurekAlert

Clinical trial reveals potential for treating larger strokes with thrombectomy  EurekAlert

Building on research results published today in JAMA Neurology showing patients with larger ischemic strokes could benefit from endovascular thrombectomy, ...

08.08.2019Exploring geographical differences in the incidence of colorectal canc | CLEP - Dove Medical Press

Exploring geographical differences in the incidence of colorectal canc | CLEP  Dove Medical Press

Exploring geographical differences in the incidence of colorectal cancer in the Norwegian Women and Cancer Study: a population-based prospective study.

26.07.2019Risk for poor bone health persists 10 years after gastric bypass - Healio

Risk for poor bone health persists 10 years after gastric bypass  Healio

A cohort of adults with obesity who underwent Roux-en-Y gastric bypass showed markers for poor bone health in the decade after surgery, including elevated ...

05.08.2019Potential 'Biomarker of the 21st Century' for CVD - MedPage Today

Potential 'Biomarker of the 21st Century' for CVD  MedPage Today

Known to be upregulated in atherosclerotic disease and heart failure, the inflammatory chemokine CCL21 has the potential to be of prognostic value in acute ...

08.08.2019Serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D levels predict cancer survival: a prospectiv | CLEP - Dove Medical Press

Serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D levels predict cancer survival: a prospectiv | CLEP  Dove Medical Press

Serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D levels predict cancer survival: a prospective cohort with measurements prior to and at the time of cancer diagnosis.

02.08.2019High Prevalence of Low BMD, Fragility Fractures 10 Years After Bariatric Surgery - Endocrinology Advisor

High Prevalence of Low BMD, Fragility Fractures 10 Years After Bariatric Surgery  Endocrinology Advisor

More than a quarter of postmenopausal women and men ≥50 years of age were found to have osteoporosis a decade after undergoing Roux-en-Y gastric ...

25.07.2019Mindfulness and self-efficacy in pain perception, stress and academic | PRBM - Dove Medical Press

Mindfulness and self-efficacy in pain perception, stress and academic | PRBM  Dove Medical Press

Mindfulness and self-efficacy in pain perception, stress and academic performance. The influence of mindfulness on cognitive processes.

29.07.2019The global burden of childhood and adolescent cancer in 2017: an analysis of the Global Burden of Disease Study 2017 - The Lancet

The global burden of childhood and adolescent cancer in 2017: an analysis of the Global Burden of Disease Study 2017  The Lancet

Accurate childhood cancer burden data are crucial for resource planning and health policy prioritisation. Model-based estimates are necessary because cancer ...

24.07.2019Zinc, omega-3 fatty acids influence salmon health - Feedstuffs

Zinc, omega-3 fatty acids influence salmon health  Feedstuffs

Previously, researchers at Nofima, an applied research institute for fisheries, aquaculture and food in Norway, reported that salmon skin is strengthened if there ...

01.08.2019Is fructan giving gluten a bad rap - Monash Lens - Monash Lens

Is fructan giving gluten a bad rap - Monash Lens  Monash Lens

Got a stomach ache? Gas? Bloating? New research shows gluten might not be the culprit after all and it could be related to fructan in your diet.

25.07.2019Lynch Syndrome Mutation Study Suggests Changes to Clinical Management - Precision Oncology News

Lynch Syndrome Mutation Study Suggests Changes to Clinical Management  Precision Oncology News

Investigators pooled older and new data from the Prospective Lynch Syndrome Database, tracking outcomes for different mutations across age and gender ...

13.03.2019‘I could be myself, not a patient’: the Norwegian hospital offering respite in a woodland cabin - The Guardian

‘I could be myself, not a patient’: the Norwegian hospital offering respite in a woodland cabin  The Guardian

Patients at Oslo University hospital can escape the gruelling reality of medical treatment at a custom-built woodland retreat.

15.01.2019Snohetta-designed forest cabins bring patients into nature - Fast Company

Snohetta-designed forest cabins bring patients into nature  Fast Company

Even though it looks like it's buried deep in the Norwegian forest, the outdoor care center is only 650 feet from the Oslo University Hospital.

09.01.2019Snøhetta completes wooden Outdoor Care Retreats at two Norwegian hospitals - Dezeen

Snøhetta completes wooden Outdoor Care Retreats at two Norwegian hospitals  Dezeen

Two matching elevated cabins have been nestled into a woodland by Snøhetta, to improve the treatment of patients at two of Norway's largest hospitals by ...

15.08.2018Oslo University Hospital to Launch Aerial Blood Sample Deliveries - The Drive

Oslo University Hospital to Launch Aerial Blood Sample Deliveries  The Drive

Oslo University Hospital is working with defense, research and meteorological groups on establishing safe, aerial deliveries of biological samples.

22.01.2019Snøhetta Designs Innovative Outdoor Retreats for Hospitals - Architectural Digest

Snøhetta Designs Innovative Outdoor Retreats for Hospitals  Architectural Digest

The project, based in Norway, brings patients into nature for physical and psychological healing.

02.04.2019Norwegian hospitals add woodland cabins and forest-play for healing - Treehugger

Norwegian hospitals add woodland cabins and forest-play for healing  Treehugger

The Outdoor Care Retreats let nature give a valuable boost in creating a respite from the sterile and stringent hospital environment. We are fortunate to have ...

07.01.2019Snøhetta Designs Outdoor Retreats for Norway's Largest Hospitals - ArchDaily

Snøhetta Designs Outdoor Retreats for Norway's Largest Hospitals  ArchDaily

Design practice Snøhetta has created a series of secluded wooden shelters for Norway's largest hospitals.

07.01.2019Men’s cardiorespiratory fitness affects stroke risk, researchers say - Washington Post

Men’s cardiorespiratory fitness affects stroke risk, researchers say  Washington Post

Low fitness levels have long been tied to higher risk for heart problems. Now researchers say men's cardiorespiratory fitness is tied to their risk for stroke, as well.

09.01.2019Snøhetta designs healing forest cabins for patients at Norway's largest hospitals - Inhabitat

Snøhetta designs healing forest cabins for patients at Norway's largest hospitals  Inhabitat

Norway's largest hospitals are now prescribing a little escape to nature for healing. Check out these serene forest cabins for hospital patients in Norway.

08.07.2019Triplet mom gives birth to triplets of her own: 'Huge shock' - TODAY

Triplet mom gives birth to triplets of her own: 'Huge shock'  TODAY

Triplet Judit Minda was shocked when she found out she was pregnant with triplets. The natural triplet naturally conceived triplets of her own.

08.01.2019Outdoor Care Retreat / Snøhetta - ArchDaily

Outdoor Care Retreat / Snøhetta  ArchDaily

Completed in 2018 in Ris, Norway. Images by Ivar Kvaal. Leaning towards the lush forest and the trickling Sognsvann creek, the Outdoor Care Retreat is located ...

03.06.2019Laparoscopic Surgery Found to Be Noninferior to Open Surgery Method for CRC Liver Metastases - OncLive

Laparoscopic Surgery Found to Be Noninferior to Open Surgery Method for CRC Liver Metastases  OncLive

Similar long-term rates of survival were seen in patients with colorectal cancer and liver metastases regardless of whether the patient underwent laparoscopic or ...

29.05.2019Low-paid hospital staff go out on strike - Views and News from Norway

Low-paid hospital staff go out on strike  Views and News from Norway

Mediation broke down during the night between hospital administrators and unions representing mostly non-medical hospital personnel who've been seeking ...

13.06.2019Laparoscopy as safe, effective as open surgery for colorectal liver metastases - Healio

Laparoscopy as safe, effective as open surgery for colorectal liver metastases  Healio

CHICAGO — Laparoscopic surgery for colorectal liver metastases nearly equaled or surpassed open surgery for almost all outcomes, according to results of the ...

02.05.2019Bunads turn into new battle gear - Views and News from Norway

Bunads turn into new battle gear  Views and News from Norway

Regional Norwegian costumes known as a bunad have long been a symbol of national pride and identity, and worn on special or formal occasions. In recent ...

19.06.2019Cost comparison analysis of laparoscopic versus open aortobifemoral by | OAJCT - Dove Medical Press

Cost comparison analysis of laparoscopic versus open aortobifemoral by | OAJCT  Dove Medical Press

M Sahba,1 AH Krog,1 EM Pettersen,2 T Wisløff,3,4 KG Rogne,5 JO Sundhagen,6 SSH Kazmi6,7 1Department of Vascular Surgery, Ostfold Central Hospital, ...

03.06.2019Comparing Laparoscopic vs Open Surgery for Colorectal Liver Metastases - Cancer Network

Comparing Laparoscopic vs Open Surgery for Colorectal Liver Metastases  Cancer Network

Data from the randomized OSLO-COMET trial were presented at ASCO 2019, revealing the survival of laparoscopic vs open surgery for liver metastases in ...

21.03.2019Monica Aas - BMC Blogs Network

Monica Aas  BMC Blogs Network

Monica Aas is the Principal investigator (PI) on the project “Stress Under Skin” (SUS). NORMENT, Centre for Psychosis Research, Division of Mental Health and ...

29.04.2019EDAP TMS SA : EDAP to Showcase Suite of Therapeutic Ultrasound Products During the American Urology Association Annual Meeting - GlobeNewswire

EDAP TMS SA : EDAP to Showcase Suite of Therapeutic Ultrasound Products During the American Urology Association Annual Meeting  GlobeNewswire

EDAP to Provide Live Demonstrations and Host Q&A with Interested Parties at Booth #2211. LYON, France, April 29, 2019 -- EDAP TMS SA (Nasdaq:EDAP), the ...

08.07.2019New medicine for multiple myeloma shows promising results - ScienceNordic

New medicine for multiple myeloma shows promising results  ScienceNordic

Most often found in bone marrow sites, multiple myeloma is considered a chronic disease, although several new treatment options have increased the survival ...

18.04.2019These Outdoor Norwegian Hospitals Will Blow Your Mind - Scary Mommy

These Outdoor Norwegian Hospitals Will Blow Your Mind  Scary Mommy

After reading about the outdoor Norwegian hospitals, I'm really wishing we'd had our children in Norway.

20.01.2019This Hospital In A Norwegian Forest Is Taking Nature Is The Best Medicine To The Next Level - mindbodygreen.com

This Hospital In A Norwegian Forest Is Taking Nature Is The Best Medicine To The Next Level  mindbodygreen.com

We hear a lot about the healing benefits of nature. Recently a team has opened an outdoor healing center in a forest in Norway so patients at Oslo University ...

02.05.2019PCI Biotech: Successful clinical translation of the fimaVacc technology - GlobeNewswire

PCI Biotech: Successful clinical translation of the fimaVacc technology  GlobeNewswire

Oslo (Norway), 2 May 2019 – PCI Biotech (OSE: PCIB), a cancer focused clinical-stage company developing innovative therapeutics that address significant ...

24.05.201980 pct of injured terror attack victims in Norway still suffer from chronic pain four years later - Xinhua | English.news.cn - Xinhua

80 pct of injured terror attack victims in Norway still suffer from chronic pain four years later - Xinhua | English.news.cn  Xinhua

OSLO, May 23 (Xinhua) -- New research showed that 80 percent of those who had been injured in the terror attacks on July 22, 2011, in Norway had chronic ...

03.07.2019Facilitation of activities for people with dementia in day care: a qua | JMDH - Dove Medical Press

Facilitation of activities for people with dementia in day care: a qua | JMDH  Dove Medical Press

Margit Gausdal Strandenæs,1–3 Anne Lund,4 Anne Marie Mork Rokstad1,5 1Norwegian National Advisory Unit on Ageing and Health, Vestfold Hospital Trust, ...

06.06.2019Emollients Fail to Protect Against Eczema - Medscape

Emollients Fail to Protect Against Eczema  Medscape

LISBON, Portugal — The regular application of an emollient on the skin of babies in their first year of life does not prevent eczema, according to results from two ...

26.05.2019A gut check for heart failure patients - Science Daily

A gut check for heart failure patients  Science Daily

Heart failure patients who consume more dietary fiber tend to have healthier gut bacteria, which is associated with reduced risk of death or need of a heart ...

14.02.2019Simulating your cancer treatment on a computer - ScienceNordic

Simulating your cancer treatment on a computer  ScienceNordic

This article was originally published on Apollon - Research magazine from The University of Oslo. Read the original article.

09.04.2019Cold agglutinin disease: current challenges and future prospects | JBM - Dove Medical Press

Cold agglutinin disease: current challenges and future prospects | JBM  Dove Medical Press

Sigbjørn Berentsen,1 Alexander Röth,2 Ulla Randen,3 Bernd Jilma,4 Geir E Tjønnfjord5–7 1Department of Research and Innovation, Haugesund Hospital, ...

12.07.2019Half of Norwegian red foxes eat rat poison - ScienceNordic

Half of Norwegian red foxes eat rat poison  ScienceNordic

Traditional rat poison causes small rodents to die from internal bleeding within a few days. The active substances prevent the blood from clotting.

07.12.2018Exercise Helps Women Maintain Cardiovascular Function During Adjuvant Breast Cancer Treatment - OncLive

Exercise Helps Women Maintain Cardiovascular Function During Adjuvant Breast Cancer Treatment  OncLive

Women who took part in a supervised exercise program during adjuvant treatment for breast cancer had better cardiovascular function than women who did not ...

09.05.2019Varian Selected to Equip Two Proton Therapy Centers in Norway - PRNewswire

Varian Selected to Equip Two Proton Therapy Centers in Norway  PRNewswire

PALO ALTO, Calif., May 9, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Following a comprehensive evaluation by Sykehusbygg HF Norway and regional health authorities, Varian ...

07.01.2019Norway struggles to help self-harming patients - ScienceNordic

Norway struggles to help self-harming patients  ScienceNordic

A survey of 61 psychiatric departments in 2017 shows that Norway's health care system has difficulty helping patients with very serious self-harming behaviour.

13.02.2019Enterovirus as trigger of coeliac disease: nested case-control study within prospective birth cohort - The BMJ

Enterovirus as trigger of coeliac disease: nested case-control study within prospective birth cohort  The BMJ

BMJ 2019; 364 doi: https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.l231 (Published 13 February 2019) Cite this as: BMJ 2019;364:l231. Linked Editorial. Searching for the missing ...

18.07.2019Scientists Are Looking Beyond Opioids for New Ways to Kill Pain - Bloomberg

Scientists Are Looking Beyond Opioids for New Ways to Kill Pain  Bloomberg

The pain in Susan Hahla's feet started as pins and needles, then progressed to flickering fires. Each month, Hahla found herself in a different doctor's office, ...

31.01.2019Fecal microbiota profiles in treatment-naïve pediatric inflammato | CEG - Dove Medical Press

Fecal microbiota profiles in treatment-naïve pediatric inflammato | CEG  Dove Medical Press

Fecal microbiota profiles in treatment-naive pediatric inflammatory bowel disease - associations with disease phenotype, treatment, and outcome.

17.04.2019High Cortisol in Hair Indicates Child Trauma, Poor Cognition - Medscape

High Cortisol in Hair Indicates Child Trauma, Poor Cognition  Medscape

Elevated levels of cortisol in the hair of adult patients with schizophrenia or bipolar disorder indicate a history of childhood trauma and poorer cognitive ...

10.12.2018New light on opioid and driving - Cosmos

New light on opioid and driving  Cosmos

The risks of driving with treatment-level doses of opioids in your system appear to be quite low but it's still best to be cautious, Norwegian research suggests.

29.05.2019Could a Biomarker Take AVR to the New Aortic Stenosis Frontier? - Medscape

Could a Biomarker Take AVR to the New Aortic Stenosis Frontier?  Medscape

Mortality climbs for patients with severe aortic stenosis who don't get a valve replacement because they are asymptomatic, especially if their natriuretic peptides ...

18.06.2019The use of clinical role-play and reflection in learning therapeutic c | AMEP - Dove Medical Press

The use of clinical role-play and reflection in learning therapeutic c | AMEP  Dove Medical Press

Solrun Brenk Rønning,1 Stål Bjørkly1,2 1Faculty of Health Sciences and Social Care, Molde University College, Molde, Norway; 2Centre for Research and ...

07.06.2019Varian (VAR) Set to Exhibit ProBeam Proton Therapy System - Yahoo Finance

Varian (VAR) Set to Exhibit ProBeam Proton Therapy System  Yahoo Finance

Varian Medical Systems, Inc. VAR recently announced that it will exhibit its new ProBeam 360° proton therapy system from Jun 12 to Jun 15 in Manchester, the ...

29.08.2018New insight can lead to better breast cancer treatment - ScienceNordic

New insight can lead to better breast cancer treatment  ScienceNordic

Researchers have now found out what happens when normal cells develop into breast cancer. This finding can lead to more individualized treatment: the right ...

25.06.2019Vycellix Announces Formation of Scientific Advisory Board - BioSpace

Vycellix Announces Formation of Scientific Advisory Board  BioSpace

Vycellix Announces Formation of Scientific Advisory Board - read this article along with other careers information, tips and advice on BioSpace.

04.06.2019Laparoscopic Surgery vs. Open Surgery in Patients with Colorectal Cancer with Liver Metastases: No Change in Survival - OncoZine

Laparoscopic Surgery vs. Open Surgery in Patients with Colorectal Cancer with Liver Metastases: No Change in Survival  OncoZine

Despite the worldwide dissemination and acceptance of laparoscopic liver surgery, the long-term oncologic outcomes of laparoscopic and open liver surgery ...

08.03.2017Microsoft's HoloLens: How these surgeons can now voyage around patients' organs - ZDNet

Microsoft's HoloLens: How these surgeons can now voyage around patients' organs  ZDNet

Researchers in Oslo have been working for years on turning 2D medical imagery into 3D but now they've used Microsoft's HoloLens to give surgeons more ...

17.01.2019Architecture and nature as medical treatment: Snøhetta’s Outdoor Care Retreat - Floornature.com

Architecture and nature as medical treatment: Snøhetta’s Outdoor Care Retreat  Floornature.com

The treatment for extended care patients in some of Norway?s most important hospitals includes spending time in the woods in contact with nature but in the.

17.04.2019Schizophrenia May Be Tied to Brain Structural Heterogeneity | Psychiatry & Behavioral Health Learning Network - Psych Congress Network

Schizophrenia May Be Tied to Brain Structural Heterogeneity | Psychiatry & Behavioral Health Learning Network  Psych Congress Network

Schizophrenia appears to be associated with increased interindividual differences in brain structure, suggesting that it is a highly heterogeneous disorder, ...

10.07.2019Triplet who welcomed triplets of her own gets real about motherhood - ABC News

Triplet who welcomed triplets of her own gets real about motherhood  ABC News

A woman who is a triplet herself is sharing her journey of becoming a mom to triplets of her own. Judit Agota Minda and her fiance, Glenn Undheim welcomed ...

31.10.2018Exercise capacity in COPD patients with exercise-induced pulmonary hyp | COPD - Dove Medical Press

Exercise capacity in COPD patients with exercise-induced pulmonary hyp | COPD  Dove Medical Press

Exercise capacity in COPD patients with exercise-induced pulmonary hypertension Ingunn Skjørten,1,2 Janne Mykland Hilde,3 Morten Nissen Melsom,1 Jonny ...

20.05.2019Ofev Slows FVC Decline in Systemic Sclerosis-Related ILD - MedPage Today

Ofev Slows FVC Decline in Systemic Sclerosis-Related ILD  MedPage Today

DALLAS -- The tyrosine kinase inhibitor nintedanib (Ofev) appeared to slow the progression of systemic sclerosis–associated interstitial lung disease, the phase ...

14.01.2019'DNA origami' provides measuring tool to show antibody effectiveness - UPI News

'DNA origami' provides measuring tool to show antibody effectiveness  UPI News

A new method of measuring distance using origami-inspired nanostructures could be the key to making antibodies more effective, a study says.

03.04.2019Renal Denervation: Blood Pressure Benefit in New Meta-analysis - Medscape

Renal Denervation: Blood Pressure Benefit in New Meta-analysis  Medscape

A new meta-analysis of six sham-controlled studies of renal sympathetic denervation has shown a significant reduction in blood pressure with the technique.

07.02.2019Undiagnosed CAD prevalence elevated in long-term type 1 diabetes - Healio

Undiagnosed CAD prevalence elevated in long-term type 1 diabetes  Healio

LDL cholesterol and HbA1c levels in adults with type 1 diabetes may be associated with coronary artery disease, which is highly prevalent in older adults with ...

14.06.2017Oslo University Hospital on Suspicious List of Human Trafficking - The Nordic Page

Oslo University Hospital on Suspicious List of Human Trafficking  The Nordic Page

Oslo Police announced that the furniture maker who is prosecuted for human trafficking have brought an additional six Filipinos to Norway in addition to the three ...

04.02.2019Age Labs awarded €1 million in R&D funding from the Research Council of Norway - Business Wire

Age Labs awarded €1 million in R&D funding from the Research Council of Norway  Business Wire

Age Labs is pleased to announce that the Research Council of Norway has awarded €1 million in R&D funding to support Age Labs in developing a uniq.

09.06.2019Meet Birgit Skarstein, paralysed at the age of 20 and a true sporting role model - The Times

Meet Birgit Skarstein, paralysed at the age of 20 and a true sporting role model  The Times

When Najila Trindade told Neymar da Silva Santos Junior that she would like to see him but the flights to Paris were too expensive, he said not to worry.

31.12.2018Fitness affects stroke risk - Reuters

Fitness affects stroke risk  Reuters

(Reuters Health) - Low fitness levels have long been tied to higher risk for heart problems. Now researchers say men's cardiorespiratory fitness is tied to their risk ...

05.03.2019Balancing Protection and Free Movement of Personal Data - Annals of Internal Medicine

Balancing Protection and Free Movement of Personal Data  Annals of Internal Medicine

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the European Union's (EU's) new data privacy law, aims to strike a balance between an individual's rights to ...

06.07.2019Triplet-targeted therapy improves survival for patients with advanced colorectal cancer and BRAF mutations - EurekAlert

Triplet-targeted therapy improves survival for patients with advanced colorectal cancer and BRAF mutations  EurekAlert

The 3-drug combination of encorafenib, binimetinib and cetuximab significantly improved overall survival (OS) in patients with BRAF-mutated metastatic ...

07.07.2019What is methanol poisoning? - ABS-CBN News

What is methanol poisoning?  ABS-CBN News

Dr. Chenery Ann E. Lim, M.D. speaks at Tox-talks a Methanol and other Toxic-Alcohol Poisoning forum at the Philippine General Hospital (PGH) in Manila on ...

21.03.2019Worry After Prostatectomy a Self-fulfilling Prophecy - Medscape

Worry After Prostatectomy a Self-fulfilling Prophecy  Medscape

Three years after a radical prostatectomy, men with the personality trait of neuroticism scored worse on urinary, bowel, sexual, and hormonal domains.

17.12.2018Steer Clear of Driving While Taking Prescribed Opioids? - Medscape

Steer Clear of Driving While Taking Prescribed Opioids?  Medscape

Higher-dose opioids impair driving performance to a minor degree, but patients still need to be advised of this risk so they can decide whether to steer clear of ...

12.09.2018A mere drop of blood makes skin cells line up: Researchers discover wound healing initiation without a wound - Science Daily

A mere drop of blood makes skin cells line up: Researchers discover wound healing initiation without a wound  Science Daily

A team of researchers performed experiments on blood-deprived cells that were subsequently exposed to blood serum. Remarkably, all the cells started to move ...

25.04.2019New study points to systemic shortfalls of scientific integrity in anti-doping - Play the Game

New study points to systemic shortfalls of scientific integrity in anti-doping  Play the Game

A new research paper launches critique of the current anti-doping system and calls the regulation under WADA 'arbitrary and too often not grounded in a solid ...

28.03.2019WHO guidelines fail to detect half of chronic hepatitis B patients in Ethiopia needing treatment - EurekAlert

WHO guidelines fail to detect half of chronic hepatitis B patients in Ethiopia needing treatment  EurekAlert

Amsterdam, March 28, 2018 - Current World Health Organization (WHO) guidelines for chronic hepatitis B (CHB) fail to detect half of the patients in need of ...

08.10.2018More rape victims are seeking help - Views and News from Norway

More rape victims are seeking help  Views and News from Norway

Just days after the Norwegian Nobel Committee announced a Peace Prize that boosts awareness of sexual violence, comes news that rape remains a major ...

25.06.2019Zelluna Immunotherapy appoints Jens-Peter Marschner as chief medical officer - BioSpace

Zelluna Immunotherapy appoints Jens-Peter Marschner as chief medical officer  BioSpace

Published: Jun 25, 2019. Oslo, Norway, June 25, 2019 - Zelluna Immunotherapy, the biotechnology company specializing in T-cell receptor (TCR) ...

15.01.2019DNA Origami Used to Measure Top Effectiveness of Antibodies - Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News

DNA Origami Used to Measure Top Effectiveness of Antibodies  Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News

Researchers at the Karolinska Institutet and the University of Oslo in Norway used DNA origami to demonstrate the most accurate distance between densely ...

11.04.2019What is biophilic design and why is it so popular? - Fast Company

What is biophilic design and why is it so popular?  Fast Company

Recently, a quiet revolution has begun to change the way people think about their spaces, both at home and at work. It centers on the idea that the great indoors ...

21.12.2018HIV type 2 is more serious than previously believed - ScienceNordic

HIV type 2 is more serious than previously believed  ScienceNordic

HIV, the virus that causes AIDS, had its origins in Africa in chimpanzees. It was probably transmitted to people from bloody meat that hunters brought home to ...

02.08.2017Insights from Oslo - EMSWorld

Insights from Oslo  EMSWorld

This summer I had the distinct privilege of touring one of the most forward-thinking EMS systems on the globe. The Oslo University Hospital in Norway runs a ...

13.03.2019Police probe attempt to poison wolves - Views and News from Norway

Police probe attempt to poison wolves  Views and News from Norway

Someone has tried to poison Norway's largest wolf pack, known as Kynnareviret, which roams in an area between Våler and Åsnes in Hedmark County. Police ...

18.01.2019Stop Basking in Your Former Glory: Getting Fitter As You Age May Ward Off an Early Death - Bicycling

Stop Basking in Your Former Glory: Getting Fitter As You Age May Ward Off an Early Death  Bicycling

Remaining fit throughout your lifetime may help lower the risk of stroke. Strokes are on the rise in younger adults, but maintaining a cardio fitness routine may ...

01.01.2019GPR35 promotes glycolysis, proliferation, and oncogenic signaling by engaging with the sodium potassium pump - Science

GPR35 promotes glycolysis, proliferation, and oncogenic signaling by engaging with the sodium potassium pump  Science

Disease-associated polymorphisms can give insight into protein function, particularly for receptors whose ligands are unknown or controversial. Polymorphisms ...

07.07.2015Norwegian surgeon, Lars Engebretsen, M.D., Ph.D., inducted into AOSSM Hall of Fame - EurekAlert

Norwegian surgeon, Lars Engebretsen, M.D., Ph.D., inducted into AOSSM Hall of Fame  EurekAlert

Internationally known, knee ligament researcher, Lars Engebretsen, M.D., Ph.D., will be inducted into the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine ...

05.12.2018Study examines effects of different opioids on driving performance - Science Daily

Study examines effects of different opioids on driving performance  Science Daily

A new study finds that the influence of single analgesic doses of methadone and buprenorphine -- two different opioids -- on driving performance was mild and ...

 
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