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How did the HPV vaccine work? Norwegian researchers believe that we can expect 70 percent of cervical cancer cases to disappear

The countries with high vaccine coverage show a large reduction in the number of HPV infections, according to a summary study.              Cervical cancer is the third largest cancer that affects women, and the most common cancer among women under the age of 35, according to the Cancer Registry. Vaccination can do something about it. The first HPV vaccine was …

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When the suspicion kills – Comment

Last week something happened but was not going to happen. The Ebola epidemic, which has slowly but surely grown in the northeastern corner of Congo since August, spread to neighboring Uganda. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), it was a Congolese five-year trip with its family that was Uganda's first Ebola victim. Then the five-year-old grandmother's grandmother died. Friday …

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Youngest in siblings? You give your older siblings better health!

There are researchers at the University of Michigan who have looked at the connection between getting smaller siblings before the age of six and overweight. Youngest is best The results show that children who do not have siblings or just older siblings when they start school have three times as much chance of being overweight as the children who had …

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What do we get too much and too little in the diet? This is advice.

In the Tønnessens kitchen, both mother and child are particularly concerned about what they come in. For various reasons. Published: 01.jun.2019 10:52 Updated: 01.jun.2019 10:57 The speech becomes lively in the Tønnesen family. Mom Merethe Tønnessen has planned baked salmon with small potatoes, cherry tomatoes and salad. Marcus (17) and Marlene (16), two out of three children who live at …

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The Ministry of Health considers the vaccination program for adults

The Ministry has asked the Norwegian Institute of Public Health (NIPH) to prepare a model for the program, writes the newspaper. NIPH has recommended that the entire population should be revaccinated every ten years against diphtheria, tetanus, whooping cough and polio. At the same time, the institute says that some Adults, among them newly arrived immigrants, may lack basic vaccination …

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– Not a measles outbreak – Geita – Local newspaper – Close to Tromøy

<img width = "777" height = "437" src = "https://i1.wp.com/www.geita.no/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/meslinger.jpg?resize= 777% 2C437 & ssl = 1 "class =" attachment-content-single size-content-single-wp-post-image jetpack-lat-image "alt =" MESLINGER: Municipal executive Preben Aavitsland in the Arendal municipality says that the patient who has diagnosed with measles has been isolated but may have been contagious for several days. Illustrations photo: Valerie Everett / Flickr.com "data-attachment-id =" …

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Exhibitions discovered in Tynset municipality

In Tynset municipality, a case of measles has recently been discovered. It is reported by municipal consultant / infectious disease doctor Knut Selmer at the Tynset doctor's office on Thursday. Mässelvaccine was introduced in the childhood vaccination program in Norway in 1969. People born before 1960 are believed to have undergone measles and are protected. People born after 1970 who …

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She got rabies – survived

This month, 24-year-old Birgitte Kallestad died of rabies, as the first case on Norwegian mainland for more than 200 years. Rabies is known as one of the world's deadliest diseases, and usually ends with death when the symptoms first There are, however, a few exceptions, where people have survived rabies, even after the disease broke out. It was referred to …

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