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More and more people will have air vaccine

Last year, 17,000 Norwegians chose to vaccinate against the TBE virus, which can be obtained from the forest fleet. It is 2000 more than the year before, figures from the National Institute of Public Health. The vaccine only protects against the TBE virus, Tick Born Encephalitis, and not Borreliosis, which can also be obtained from ticks. 30 percent of those …

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DISEASE , MEDICINE / HEALTH "More and more people want flea vaccine

Shopping With Advertising Lines Last year, 17,000 Norwegians chose to vaccinate against the TBE virus, which can be obtained from forest land. It is 2000 more than the year before, figures from the National Institute of Public Health. The vaccine only protects against the TBE virus, Tick Born Encephalitis, and not Borreliosis, which can also be obtained from ticks. 30 …

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Some sunscreen products are safer than others

Sunscreens are controversial, now that summer is on the stairs. But how safe and effective is it actually to use sunscreen? Several readers have asked for science.dk in an article that sunscreen and vitamin D deficiency are not the cause of the many cases of skin cancer in Denmark. Some sunscreen products on the market may contain substances suspected to …

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Children and migraines – Lommelegen

If the child complains of pain in the head, is silent, pale and seems uncomfortable, it may be migraine. Headache usually comes as an attack in the form of severe or moderate headache, it can be dunky or squeezed and sits either on one side or throughout the head. Most children who get migraines get so bad that it goes …

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Develops pills against aggressive cancer: Can slow down the disease for particularly ill patients

IN FRONT: Oddbjørn Straume and the other researchers and doctors at Haukeland University Hospital believe in personal medicine as future cancer treatment. Here he is in Chicago and presents a clinical study. Photo: Klaudia Lech Published: 05.06.18 04:59 HEALTH 2018-06-05T02: 59: 52Z ] CHICAGO (VG) A Norwegian company from Bergen has developed a pill that can prevent aggressive cancer from …

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Serious births more than halved since 2005

The medical birth records show that 777 779 cases of maternity and pediatric mucous membranes or rectal mucous membranes were recorded, while in 1762 such records were recorded. The proportion of such injuries among the 47,000 vaginal births annually decreases from 3.8 percent to 1.7 percent. The new figures are found in full in the Bank of Medical Birth Registers. …

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Oppland Worksheet – Therefore, you should set the pace as you go

[Nettavisen:] We have all our favorite habits, whether you're a typical "garbage" or one who hurts at a pace, meaning others have to smuggle up to follow. In a study published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine, it appears that a fast pace is healthy, writes TIME. Get the news served in your inbox. 20 percent lower risk of …

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Here was gender – ASCO 2018

CHICAGO (Today's Medicine): When today's medicine visited Oddbjørn Straume at the post office where he presented his research, something had come with memory of congestion. People stood in line to talk to Straume: He is behind a randomized study where patients receive the AXL inhibitor bemcentinib in combination with standard treatment for proliferative or proliferative cancer. The study is research …

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The Norwegian company has developed a pill for aggressive cancer

A company from Bergen has developed a pill that can prevent aggressive cancer from spreading, writes VG. The biotechnology company Bergenbio presented the results of several studies of the drug Bemcentinib at the world's largest cancer conference in Chicago, according to the newspaper. Bemcentinib, called birth control pills, aims to make other drugs that are already included in standard treatment …

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Reported side effects of HPV vaccine – updated figures as of April 30, 2018

Girls in the 7th grade receive vaccination with Cervarix today as part of the childhood vaccination program. Cervarix has been used in the childhood vaccination program from autumn 2017 before using Gardasil. Young women in the temporary vaccination program for women born 1991 or later also receive vaccination with Cervarix. After nearly 228,000 girls are vaccinated with at least one …

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