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Large health differences between population groups in Norway

...ong immigrants from Turkey and Pakistan. Iranians, norwegians and Sri Lankans had a higher education than those ...with higher education reporting better health than norwegians with lower education. A similar pattern was observ..., while Turkish women had the highest consumption. norwegians were at neither end of the spectrum. Men consumed...

Prostitutes Fume as Norway Bids to Criminalise Sex Purchases

...stitutes working on the street, about 80 percent come from abroad, from countries such as Romania, Bulgaria and Nigeria, via trafficking. The rest are norwegians who tend to be substance abusers. In recent years, street prostitution in central Oslo has become more visible, prompting calls for a ban. ...

Norwegians Take in the Sun in Spain on Doctors' Orders

... Each year dozens of norwegians flock to the coastal Spanish town of Altea to get Oslo-funded treatment at a rehabilitation centre for problems ranging from rheumatism to fractured b...

Charity Slot Machines a Thing of the Past in Norway

...r Society's revenues, and more than half of those of the Red Cross. But authorities have decided to intervene in a bid to help the 71,000 or so norwegians -- 1.5 percent of the population -- who are addicted to gambling and the 133,000 considered to be in the risk zone. The average gambling addic...

Bacteria Infected Sausage

...nsuming sausage produced by Gilde of Norway//, under the brands Gilde Birkebeiner Fjellmorr, Gilde Birkebeiner Sognemorr and Gilde Haugp?lse. The norwegians authorities have advertised throughtout the country and have also requested the shop owners from selling ground beef. Food authorities say that they ...

Skeleton May Sustain Damage Due To Use Of Anti-Depressants

...eding the activity of bone building cells, while raising the production of substances which lead to the breakdown of the bone mass. As many as 400,000 norwegians use anti-depressants daily. Gustafsson's research has focused on Fluoxetine, but other anti-depressants are believed to have similar side effects. ...
Norwegians in Biological News

FSU Historian's Arctic research has him sitting on top of the world

...ves, working in comparative isolation," he said. "One of the best memories I've already taken away from this are the long evening discussions with the norwegians and the Swedes and Russians, each of us discovering something we never would have been able to know had we been working in our archives back in our ho...

Farmed salmon could become an invasive species in forest streams

... Ever since the norwegians expanded commercial farming of salmon in the 1960s, the industry has continued to rapidly grow worldwide. It has expanded to such a degree that prices...

The world's deepest dinosaur finding - 2256 metres below the seabed

... While most nations excavate their skeletons using a toothbrush, the norwegians found one using a drill. The somewhat rough uncovering of Norway's first dinosaur happened in the North Sea, at an entire 2256 metres below the seabed...
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