Science Nordic http://sciencenordic.com/ ScienceNordic16.07.2018Physical education: What if we took away the pressure to be good at sports? A researcher believes that’s how physical education should be. He’s been studying what gym class could be like when physical skills don’t count for students’ 15.07.2018Biology makes women and girls survivors Women outlive men even in the face of discrimination and crisis situations, such as famine. 13.07.2018Autoimmune diseases more often affect people with stress disorders A major study shows an association between stress-related disorders and subsequent autoimmune diseases such as arthritis, celiac disease and type 1 diabetes. 12.07.2018Weight loss can protect overweight boys from developing type 2 diabetes A new Danish study shows that boys who are overweight at seven are more likely to develop type 2 diabetes as adults, but not if they lose weight before hitting 11.07.2018A tiny dragonhead illuminates life in a Viking trading town This little head dates from the Viking Age and was produced in unique style. 10.07.2018Raw fish gave the Vikings tapeworms “I’ve never thought about how they prepared their food – or didn’t,” says archaeologist. 09.07.2018Kindergarten and preschool workers report more hearing problems than others A new Swedish study shows that many preschool and kindergarten employees have hearing problems because of their work. 08.07.2018Fear of reprisals muzzles Swedish police The consequences of working in a culture of fear can be serious. 07.07.2018New test procedures will save dairy cows from Mycoplasma bovis disease Disease caused by the bacterium Mycoplasma bovis in dairy herds can now be diagnosed more easily and quickly, resulting in better welfare for cows and reducing 06.07.2018New research may explain why some people become alcoholics Several studies suggest that a brain function related to the handling of emotions and stress may be abnormal in people who are addicted to drink. 05.07.2018Human implants are invaded by microorganisms A multitude of microorganisms depend on human implants to survive, shows new research. Scientists do not yet know whether they have a health impact. 04.07.2018Tumours are more complicated than previously believed What was once considered a fundamental principle in understanding how cancer tumours grow has been shown to be wrong. 03.07.2018Power to the people - How to make the low-carbon energy transition work A recent study of two successful energy transitions in Denmark and Germany shows that transparency and community participation are essential to drive the clean 02.07.20181600-year-old evidence of beer brewing in Sweden And there’s every reason to believe that people in the Nordic countries have been brewing beer much longer than that. 01.07.2018Caesarean section versus natural birth – an obstetrician examines a new review Caesarean section should not be “marketed” as a safe way to avoid pelvic floor problems. The reality is more complex than that. 30.06.2018Scientists conduct most precise measurements of antihydrogen to date New results show that matter and antimatter interact with light in precisely the same way. 29.06.2018Scientist made free self-help courses for ten common mental disorders Social anxiety, fear of blushing, performance anxiety, panic anxiety, fear of flying, diverse phobias, health anxiety, insomnia and depression. A psychologist 28.06.2018See where Greenland harbour porpoises travel These tough small whales use large parts of the North Atlantic, swimming much further offshore and diving far deeper than previously expected. 27.06.2018No stillbirth rise from antifungal medication Pregnant women who use the oral medication flucanozole against fungal infections run a higher risk of spontaneous abortions. But fortunately, this medication 26.06.2018Leprosy DNA extracted from medieval skeletons in Denmark The well-preserved bones contain DNA from multiple strands of one of medieval Europe’s biggest killers.