University of Gothenburg

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Name: University of Gothenburg
First reported Aug 26 2014 - Updated Aug 26 2014 - 1 reports

Many Nurses Unprepared to Meet Dying Patients

Most nurses in their work care for patients who are dying. A study of more than 200 students has shown that many nurses in training feel unprepared and anxious when faced with the prospect of meeting patients during end-of-life care.Scientists from the ... [Published Health Canal - Aug 26 2014]
First reported Aug 25 2014 - Updated Aug 25 2014 - 1 reports

Rural or urban residency - a key question in China

In China, being born in a rural or urban area makes a world of a difference. Only citizens with an urban residential status can count on having access to well-paid job, subsidized health care, quality education and relatively generous social security ... [Published Noodls - Aug 25 2014]
First reported Aug 25 2014 - Updated Aug 25 2014 - 1 reports

Protein May Provide the Key to Arresting Development of Diabetes

The STK25 protein contributes to cell growth. Reers at Sahlgrenska Academy have discovered that the protein also affects metabolism, demonstrating that elevated levels accelerate the progress of diabetes in mice. Reers at Sahlgrenska Academy, University ... [Published Noodls - Aug 25 2014]
First reported Aug 24 2014 - Updated Aug 24 2014 - 1 reports

Gap between political blocks is shrinking

Even though the gap between the two political blocks is shrinking, the three "red-green" parties of the opposition continue to have a firm leg up on the center-right government Alliance for now, according to the latest public opinion poll that Novus ... [Published Radio Sweden - Aug 24 2014]
First reported Aug 20 2014 - Updated Aug 20 2014 - 1 reports

Swedish waters rising faster than global average

New research shows sea levels around Swedish coasts have risen much faster than the global average during the last two decades.A warmer planet and changes in the wind and rain patterns are the likely culprits.Deliang Chen a researcher at the University ... [Published Sveriges Radio - Aug 20 2014]
First reported Aug 14 2014 - Updated Aug 14 2014 - 1 reports

"No risk" from average salt consumption

A scientific study disagrees with national guidelines on how much salt Swedes should eat. According to a new study presented by scientists at Gothenburg University there is no scientific support for cutting down on salt as a means of improving health. ... [Published Radio Sweden - Aug 14 2014]
First reported Aug 14 2014 - Updated Aug 14 2014 - 2 reports

Study Results from University of Gothenburg Provide New Insights into Mucoproteins (Intestinal MUC2 Mucin Supramolecular Topology by Packing and...

at 21:27 PM EDT Study Results from University of Gothenburg Provide New Insights into Mucoproteins (Intestinal MUC2 Mucin Supramolecular Topology by Packing and Release Resting on D3 Domain Assembly) By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Life Science ... [Published Industrial Info Financials - Aug 14 2014]
First reported Aug 12 2014 - Updated Aug 12 2014 - 1 reports

Efficacy and safety of once-daily fluticasone furoate 50 mcg in adults with persistent asthma: a 12-week randomized trial

1 Michael G DeGroote School of Medicine, Hamilton, ON, Canada2 Institute of Inflammation and Repair, University of Manchester, Manchester, UK3 Center for Genomics and Personalized Medicine, Wake Forest University Health Sciences, Winston-Salem, NC, U ... [Published Respiratory Research - Aug 12 2014]
First reported Aug 08 2014 - Updated Aug 08 2014 - 1 reports

Big interest for AstraZeneca summer research school

ResearchPublished on August 6th, 2014 | by The interest for AstraZeneca’s summer research school 2014 that started at Gothenburg University on August 4 has been high reports the company.The waiting lists have been long and the school were out of vacancies ... [Published Nordic Life Science - Aug 08 2014]
First reported Aug 07 2014 - Updated Aug 07 2014 - 1 reports

Summer heat reduces heart attack deaths

Mobile heart starter. Photo: Sofia Strindvall/Sveriges Radio The summer heat is not all bad. New research from Gothenburg University shows that warm summer temperatures reduce the risk of dying of a heart attack, by making the blood run more smoothly ... [Published Radio Sweden - Aug 07 2014]
First reported Aug 04 2014 - Updated Aug 04 2014 - 2 reports

Swedish nurses going to work in Norway

Despite a shortage of nurses in Sweden, felt especially during the summer, a third of all new Swedish nurses are choosing to work in Norway, mostly because of salary, stress and working hours. Last year there were around 1,300 Swedish nurses who received ... [Published Radio Sweden - Aug 04 2014]
First reported Jul 31 2014 - Updated Jul 31 2014 - 1 reports

Bad habits

Children in Cyprus eat less Mediterranean food than children in seven other EU countries, according to a study by the University of Gothenburg in Sweden.The study was conducted in eight European countries including Sweden, Germany, Spain, Italy, Cyprus, ... [Published The Cyprus Weekly - Jul 31 2014]

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Östling continues: "I am very pleased to welcome Alrik Danielson back to SKF. His experience during 18 years at different positions in SKF and the last nine years as CEO of Höganäs AB makes him a competent successor to Tom Johnstone.”"
"Prejudice and discrimination against Muslims reflect Swedes' lack of familiarity with other cultures and religions" Heino said
"Future treatment of diabetes and other metabolic disorders will hopefully include drugs that inhibit the action of STK25" she says
For researchers who want the "big picture," a stool sample would work, although as Aktipis noted, "some people don't like the idea of giving up their poop."

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Many Nurses Unprepared to Meet Dying Patients [Published Health Canal - Aug 26 2014]
SKF President, CEO Tom Johnstone to step down [Published Offshore Engineer - Aug 25 2014]
Protest violence reveals Swedes' far-right fears [Published World Bulletin - Aug 25 2014]
Rural or urban residency - a key question in China [Published Noodls - Aug 25 2014]
Protein May Provide the Key to Arresting Develo... [Published Noodls - Aug 25 2014]
Think You Decide What You Want to Eat? Think Again [Published ABC News - Aug 24 2014]
Gap between political blocks is shrinking [Published Radio Sweden - Aug 24 2014]
Managing and Preventing Obesity. Woodhead Publi... [Published Research and Markets - Aug 24 2014]
CHALMERS UNIVERSITY - David Simon new director ... [Published HispanicBusiness.com - Aug 22 2014]
‘Our strategy is to develop vaccines with bette... [Published Express Pharma - Aug 21 2014]
Swedish Nationalists Rise as Record Immigration... [Published Bloomberg - Aug 21 2014]
Swedish waters rising faster than global average [Published Sveriges Radio - Aug 20 2014]
New Study Challenges Recommended Daily Sodium I... [Published Health Canal - Aug 20 2014]
Sweden feminists roar into political arena [Published Yahoo! Maktoob News - Aug 19 2014]
LecA/Gb3-driven cellular invasion of P. aerugin... [Published PNAS - Aug 19 2014]
Sweden 'caved to banker' in Saudi arms deal [Published The Local Sweden - Aug 18 2014]
Central Bank of Iceland-Mar Guomundsson re-appo... [Published HispanicBusiness.com - Aug 18 2014]
Catalent Appoints Two Executives to Board of Di... [Published PharmTech.com - Aug 18 2014]
With Cigars And Crystal, Volvo Makes Eyes At Ch... [Published Clusterstock - Aug 18 2014]
Mar Gudmundsson reappointed Iceland's central b... [Published China.org.cn - Aug 15 2014]
Extreme DNA analysis aids cancer treatment [Published ScienceNordic - Aug 15 2014]
CATALENT : Confirms the Appointment of Two Seni... [Published 4 Traders - Aug 15 2014]
"No risk" from average salt consumption [Published Radio Sweden - Aug 14 2014]
Association of Urinary Sodium and Potassium Exc... [Published New England Journal of Medicine - Aug 14 2014]
Urinary Sodium and Potassium Excretion, Mortali... [Published New England Journal of Medicine - Aug 14 2014]
Study Results from University of Gothenburg Pro... [Published Industrial Info Financials - Aug 14 2014]
Study Results from University of Gothenburg Pro... [Published HispanicBusiness.com - Aug 14 2014]
Breakthrough in MERS research, as Iran reports ... [Published Middle East Eye - Aug 13 2014]
Efficacy and safety of once-daily fluticasone f... [Published Respiratory Research - Aug 12 2014]
Protease release of anchored mucus [Biochemistry] [Published PNAS - Aug 12 2014]
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Gap between political blocks is shrinking [Published Radio Sweden - Aug 24 2014]
Even though the gap between the two political blocks is shrinking, the three "red-green" parties of the opposition continue to have a firm leg up on the center-right government Alliance for now, according to the latest public opinion poll that Novus ...
With Cigars And Crystal, Volvo Makes Eyes At Ch... [Published Clusterstock - Aug 18 2014]
By Alistair Scrutton GOTHENBURG Sweden (Reuters) - With headlights shaped like Thor's hammer and space for a humidity-controlled cigar case, Volvo's new cars are sporting luxury features and designer glitz to catch the eye of the booming Chinese ...
"No risk" from average salt consumption [Published Radio Sweden - Aug 14 2014]
A scientific study disagrees with national guidelines on how much salt Swedes should eat. According to a new study presented by scientists at Gothenburg University there is no scientific support for cutting down on salt as a means of improving health. ...
Financial Crisis Professor Says Churchill May H... [Published Breitbart Feed - Aug 07 2014]
An academic who is seen as a major authority on the recent financial crisis has claimed that Winston Churchill may have voted UKIP were he still alive today. Professor Johan Lybeck, who is author of 'A Global History of the Financial Crash of 2007-10' ...
Summer heat reduces heart attack deaths [Published Radio Sweden - Aug 07 2014]
Mobile heart starter. Photo: Sofia Strindvall/Sveriges Radio The summer heat is not all bad. New research from Gothenburg University shows that warm summer temperatures reduce the risk of dying of a heart attack, by making the blood run more smoothly ...
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Rejlers engaged in the design of Humanisten in ... [Published GlobeNewswire: Acquisitions News - Jun 03 2014]
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