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18.09.2017

Research links swine flu in 2009 to increased type 1 diabetes in Norway - Diabetes.co.uk


Research links swine flu in 2009 to increased type 1 diabetes in Norway
Diabetes.co.uk
Scientists from the Norwegian Institute of Public Health and Oslo University Hospital say their findings indicate certain types of serious flu could be linked to the development of type 1 diabetes. However, they acknowledged that they don't understand ...

16.09.2017

H1N1 swine flu may play a role in triggering type 1 diabetes - Science Daily


H1N1 swine flu may play a role in triggering type 1 diabetes
Science Daily
Infection with H1N1 influenza (also called swine flu) may put individuals, particularly children, at greater risk of subsequent type 1 diabetes (T1D), suggests new research being presented at this year's European Association for the Study of Diabetes ...

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30.08.2017

Middle aged? Getting fit slashes stroke risk - Independent Online


Independent Online

Middle aged? Getting fit slashes stroke risk
Independent Online
ACTIVE: Men at an outdoor gym on a beach in Dakar, Senegal. It's never too late to get fit, research at Oslo University Hospital in Norway has shown. Picture: Christine Nesbitt / AP. Getting fit in middle age halves the risk of having a stroke later in ...
Being fit in middle-age is as good as exercising in youthGears Of Biz

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19.09.2017

Swine flu may trigger Type-1 diabetes, says study - Read Health ... - TheHealthSite


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Swine flu may trigger Type-1 diabetes, says study - Read Health ...
TheHealthSite
Especially children, infected with the H1N1 influenza, also known as swine flu, may be at increased risk diabetes.

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16.09.2017

Swine flu may cause type 1 diabetes in children - Deccan Chronicle


Deccan Chronicle

Swine flu may cause type 1 diabetes in children
Deccan Chronicle
Researchers, including those from Oslo University Hospital, Norway, said this is because of two factors: these cases were less serious, and not all of them were the H1N1 variety of influenza. "This study may support the hypothesis that respiratory ...
Could swine flu be linked to type 1 diabetes?Medical Xpress
Swine flu may trigger Type-1 diabetes: StudyETHealthworld.com

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09.09.2017

Study identifies factors that limit work ability of young adult cancer survivors - Medical Xpress


Study identifies factors that limit work ability of young adult cancer survivors
Medical Xpress
... and physical late effects of cancer and other conditions were significantly associated with reduced work ability," said lead author Dr Cecilie Kiserud, chair, National Advisory Unit for Late Effects After Cancer Treatment, Oslo University Hospital ...

29.08.2017

Middle age isn't too late to get fit: You can halve the chance of stroke in your 50s - and it's as effective as a ... - Daily Mail


Daily Mail

Middle age isn't too late to get fit: You can halve the chance of stroke in your 50s - and it's as effective as a ...
Daily Mail
Getting fit in middle age halves the risk of having a stroke later in life, research shows. Scientists say it is never too late to take up exercise - and doing so even after years of inactivity ... offer hope that it is not too late to get fit to the ...

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09.09.2017

Careers of Young Survivors Can be Disrupted by Late-Emerging Side Effects of Cancer Treatment - Curetoday.com


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Careers of Young Survivors Can be Disrupted by Late-Emerging Side Effects of Cancer Treatment
Curetoday.com
... M.D., Ph.D., chair of the National Advisory Unit for Late Effects After Cancer Treatment at Oslo University Hospital, in Oslo, Norway. "In comparison, treatment intensity and cancer type, apart from non-Hodgkin lymphoma, were not significantly ...

30.08.2017

Study shows middle age not too late to get fit, live longer - Ten Eyewitness News


Ten Eyewitness News

Study shows middle age not too late to get fit, live longer
Ten Eyewitness News
Getting fit in middle age can halve the risk of having a stroke later in life, new research has shown. Norwegian researchers say it is never too late to take up exercise, suggesting that doing so ... Erik Prestgaard, from Oslo University Hospital, said ...

21.08.2017

Few Swedes regret sex reassignment surgery - ScienceNordic


ScienceNordic

Few Swedes regret sex reassignment surgery
ScienceNordic
In 2016 there were 331 new patients treated at Oslo University Hospital, which is the only hospital in Norway that treats transsexualism. Treatment in this context can involve everything from surgery to administering hormones or providing psychiatric help.