Tag: Dizziness

  • A dangerous opioid trend is developing in Denmark

    One drug leads to another, youngsters used to be warned: it’s a slippery slope. It all starts with weed, and then inevitably the harder drugs follow. The idea was to expose them to smoking a spliff, but it rarely worked. But now school enforcers have to change their pattern, as kids aged 14-17 are skipping […]

  • Long-term covid effects affect women in particular, according to Danish

    Long-term covid effects affect women in particular, according to Danish

    The Corona pandemic is not over for many Danes. According to a study co-authored by Region Central Jutland and Aarhus University Hospital, 448 patients are still being treated for long-term COVID complications at the city’s largest hospital. More than 75 percent are women aged 30-70. The majority report being plagued by mental fatigue and it […]

  • Study suggests how MRI shows brain changes in patina after COVID virus

    Study suggests how MRI shows brain changes in patina after COVID virus

    According to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about one in five adults will develop long-term effects from COVID-19. Long-term neurological symptoms associated with the COVID virus include difficulty thinking or concentrating, headache, sleep disturbances, dizziness, tingling sensation, changes in smell or taste, and depression or anxiety. However, studies have shown that COVID-19 […]

  • Light exercise linked to mild intracerebral hemorrhage symptoms

    Light exercise linked to mild intracerebral hemorrhage symptoms

    Washington [US]November 13 (ANI): A study at the University of Gothenburg found that four hours of light exercise per week was linked to both higher survival rates and milder symptoms of intracerebral hemorrhage. Intracerebral hemorrhage is the most serious type of stroke with few treatment options. About one in ten strokes is an intracerebral hemorrhage, […]

  • Light physical activity is associated with milder symptoms of intracerebral hemorrhage

    Light physical activity is associated with milder symptoms of intracerebral hemorrhage

    Washington [US]November 10 (ANI): According to a study from the University of Gothenburg, four hours of light physical exercise each week is associated with milder symptoms of intracerebral hemorrhage as well as higher survival rates. Intracerebral hemorrhage is the most serious type of stroke with few treatment options. About one in ten strokes is an […]

  • Against medicine "suffocation under pressure"

    Against medicine "suffocation under pressure"

    “Choking under pressure” means when people fail under stress, for example during a sports competition. The situation is also familiar to students who do not have access to information previously acquired in exams or to public speakers who suddenly do not get their word out at the crucial moment. Working group on sports psychology, led […]

  • Taste onions: Everyone deserves a French batter

    Taste onions: Everyone deserves a French batter

    Apple slices are apple slices if you translate the Danish directly into English… which is a bit confusing. Danish is already not the easiest language, and in this case the translation is not even close! It’s season Apple slices – which are actually lightly cardamom-spiced, spherical pancakes – are a traditional Danish delight that is […]

  • Dad fiddled with gas stove – the whole family hospitalized

    – The family house is being rebuilt, and last night those who were cold thought so the danger goes down to adjust the lighthouse. When they woke up this morning, they all had headaches, dizziness and nausea, says David Eckert. The family called 112, after which the police, fire brigade and ambulance people moved out. […]

  • Board warns against eating poisonous mussels from the Limfjord

    A potentially deadly algae poison has been found in mussels in Risgårde Bredning and Hvalpsund in the Limfjord, and citizens must therefore refrain from collecting or eating them. This is stated by the Danish Veterinary and Food Administration in a press release. The agency also advises against citizens collecting oysters in the area, as they […]

  • HPV vaccine impresses researchers in new Danish study

    HPV vaccine impresses researchers in new Danish study

    Now, Danish researchers can show that the vaccine reduces the risk by up to 86 percent in women who have been vaccinated before the age of 17. Susanne Krüger Kjær, head of research at the Danish Cancer Society and professor at Rigshospitalet’s gynecological department and the University of Copenhagen, calls the result epoch-making. – We […]

  • The Danes are the third largest hypochondria in Europe

    The Danes are the third largest hypochondria in Europe

    One thing that rages with most newcomers is how often people in Denmark claim to have the flu. Pneumonia is another disorder that is common in these parts along with chronic bronchitis. Of course, this is absolute poppycock, but we tolerate these drastic diagnoses and dismiss them as language errors. Or are they? Not as […]

  • Russian tourist gems discovered by… Russians (in summer 2020)

    Russian tourist gems discovered by… Russians (in summer 2020)

    Travel Sept 15 2020 Russia Beyond Oleg Krasnov, Alexandra Guzeva, Vsevolod Pulya The pandemic and closed borders recalibrated countless travel plans this summer. For Russians, however, it became an opportunity to see their own vast and underexplored country. Russia Beyond editors talk about their eye-opening experiences. Pushkin Hills, Alexandra Guzeva This year I was finally […]

  • Danes tested positive for corona twice with months in between

    A 41-year-old Danish nurse has twice been tested positive for coronavirus three months apart. It writes Ekstra Bladet on Tuesday. This is the first time that a Dane stands out after being tested positive twice. The nurse, whose name is Marie-Louise Kleszewski and works in home care, was tested positive for the first time on […]