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Relationship between father's obesity at puberty and increased risk of asthma in children

In the new study, researchers have investigated the association between parental obesity and children's prevalence of asthma and allergy. People who are overweight are known to have an increased risk of asthma. – But one know little about how obesity affects the next generation, and this we would investigate says Ane Johannessen, the principal researcher behind the study. She is …

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This is how scientists want to curb migraines

Inflammation of the brain can be a contributing cause of some people getting chronic migraine.              One of the world's leading migrant researchers has come up with a new hypothesis about how migraine can be treated. The hypothesis is as follows: When migraine goes from being episodic (with about one single seizure a month) to chronic (with several attacks every …

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This is how researchers want to limit migraines

One of the world's leading migrant researchers has come up with a new hypothesis on how to treat migraine. The hypothesis is as follows: When migraine goes from being episodic (with about one seizure per month) to chronic (with several attacks each month), it is accompanied by inflammation at a specific location in the brain. If appropriate, you can develop …

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This is how researchers want to limit migraines

Inflammation of the brain can be a contributing cause of some people getting chronic migraines. One of the world's leading migrant researchers has come up with a new hypothesis on how to treat migraine. The hypothesis is as follows: When migraine goes from being episodic (with about one attack per month) to chronic (with several attacks each month), it is …

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How has life on earth originated?

About four billion years ago, the earth was probably cold for water to settle around the entire planet. Volcanoes blew sulfur in the atmosphere and meteors crashed from the sky. There was no ozone in the atmosphere to protect against the harsh UV rays of the sun. Lightning and thunder stormed. Nevertheless, the first microorganisms were probably not late to …

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Vitamin D increases the chance of surviving cancer – NRK Norway – Overview of news from different parts of the country

Trude Eid Robsahm is a researcher at the Cancer Registry, and has studied a group of patients with four different cancer diagnoses. The results are the same – high levels of vitamin D provide greater chance of survival among patients with lymphoma, colon cancer and women with brystkreft. For lung cancer, the results are particularly encouraging. Trude Eid Robsahm at …

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Accompanying this year – Norwegian Space Center

The Norwegian Space Center has national funding for space operations every year. The purpose of the grant scheme is to: Help Norwegian companies and research institutions reach a technical level so that Norway can benefit from and utilize Norwegian membership in the European Space Agency ESA, the EU and other international collaborative arenas for space operations Contribute to develop space-based …

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