Tag: Headache

  • Health insurance company concerned by stampede for Novo Nordisk’s new weight loss medicine

    Sygeforsikringen Danmark is reconsidering its position on reimbursement to customers who take a prescription for the Novo Nordisk drug Wegovy, an expensive weight loss drug that was launched at the end of last year. In January alone, 16,593 people in Denmark received a prescription for Wegovy – and a great many Sygeforsikringen Danmark customers were […]

  • Finnish leaders unanimously deny the Prime Minister’s proposal to send Hornets to Ukraine

    Finnish leaders unanimously deny the Prime Minister’s proposal to send Hornets to Ukraine

    Several countries are weighing their own capabilities to provide such military support. I think this could also be discussed in Finland. We know we’ve made a decision on new fighters. We know the schedule for when we will get new jets to Finland, and I believe that we can also talk about the Hornets, whether […]

  • A new fitness supplement: SARMs

    Products such as protein powders and creatine supplements are popular among fitness and bodybuilding enthusiasts. They improve the development of muscles and help them recover faster after a workout. In recent years, supplements known as Selective Androgen Receptor Modulators, or SARMs for short, have become increasingly popular among people involved in various types of training […]

  • Threatened strikes by public transport workers can cause headaches in Finland

    Threatened strikes by public transport workers can cause headaches in Finland

    Threatened strikes left unresolved could cause prolonged disruption to public transport services across the country from this week.

  • 460: Finland lets go of Sweden’s hand

    460: Finland lets go of Sweden’s hand

    Finland is getting ready for a scenario where Turkey lets them in but not Sweden into NATO. At the same time, the defense alliance’s secretary general, Jens Stoltenberg, opens the possibility that this could be the case. This causes headaches for Swedish politicians who, after all, worked based on the hand-in-hand-with-Finland scenario. Ribbenvik leaves the […]

  • Niinistö on NATO membership: “If not before Vilnius, why after?”

    Niinistö on NATO membership: “If not before Vilnius, why after?”

    “If not before Vilnius, why after,” he remarked interview for STT. Both Finland and Sweden heard several encouraging statements about a smooth accession process last spring, he reminded, but the process has turned out to be very different. The bumpy road has not only caused headaches for the two aspiring member states. “I see that […]

  • Danish news Round-Up: American military area takes up residence in Aarhus Harbor for a month

    Danish news Round-Up: American military area takes up residence in Aarhus Harbor for a month

    East Jutland Police have confirmed that from 13 January to 12 February a temporary military area will be set up at Aarhus Harbor to enable deliveries of US military vehicles and equipment. A cargo ship, the ARC Independence, will deliver 600 items of military equipment along with vehicles – all earmarked for onward travel to […]

  • Danish news Round-Up: American military area takes up residence in Aarhus Harbor for a month

    Danish news Round-Up: American military area takes up residence in Aarhus Harbor for a month

    East Jutland Police have confirmed that from 13 January to 12 February a temporary military area will be set up at Aarhus Harbor to enable deliveries of US military vehicles and equipment. A cargo ship, the ARC Independence, will deliver 600 items of military equipment along with vehicles – all earmarked for onward travel to […]

  • The conflict between Russia and Ukraine is putting Europe’s societies to the test

    The conflict between Russia and Ukraine is putting Europe’s societies to the test

    © Provided by Xinhua The economic, geopolitical and social consequences of all these developments have been profound – something the continent has not seen for decades. The calls for peace and stability grow stronger every day. by Xinhua writers Fu Yiming, Chen Chen, He Miao STOCKHOLM, Dec. 26 (Xinhua) — In 2022, the protracted conflict […]

  • Yearender: The Russia-Ukraine conflict is testing Europe’s societies

    by Xinhua writers Fu Yiming, Chen Chen, He Miao STOCKHOLM, Dec. 26 (Xinhua) — In 2022, the protracted conflict between Russia and Ukraine, the series of problems caused by the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) expansion and the energy crisis have all caused serious headaches everywhere. Europe. Adding fuel to the fire were the West’s […]

  • Danish news overview: Police fight online crime with the help of young players

    Danish news overview: Police fight online crime with the help of young players

    Police have started playing the likes of Fortnight and Counter-Strike to connect with young players: a good source of tip-offs about online criminal activity. In the spring, the authorities formed an ‘online patrol’ to regularly play and establish connections. Combating abuse, fraud and hate speech“We cannot be everywhere, and therefore we are completely dependent on […]

  • Danish news overview: Police fight online crime with the help of young players

    Danish news overview: Police fight online crime with the help of young players

    Police have started playing the likes of Fortnight and Counter-Strike to connect with young players: a good source of tip-offs about online criminal activity. In the spring, the authorities formed an ‘online patrol’ to regularly play and establish connections. Combating abuse, fraud and hate speech“We cannot be everywhere, and therefore we are completely dependent on […]

  • Study: Cluster headache sufferers more likely to have other illnesses

    Study: Cluster headache sufferers more likely to have other illnesses

    Minneapolis [US]Dec 15 (ANI): Those who suffer from cluster headaches may be three times more likely to have other medical conditions such as heart disease, mental disorders and other neurological diseases. according to a study published in the December 14, 2022, online issue of Neurologyreg;, the medical journal of the American Academy of Neurology. Cluster […]

  • National Round-Up: More snow for the weekend, but it won’t stick around for long

    National Round-Up: More snow for the weekend, but it won’t stick around for long

    Around 90 percent of Denmark will be covered in snow this weekend. This is reported by TV2. Snow is likely to fall on Wednesday and Thursday and then stay on the ground until at least Sunday, when temperatures are expected to rise to 6-7 degrees. Some areas will see as much as 18 cm of […]

  • Agnes Wold on how alcohol affects longevity

    Agnes Wold on how alcohol affects longevity

    Agnes Wold, professor of clinical bacteriology, tackles contemporary health issues together with program leader Christer Lundberg. Agnes Wold on alcohol Therefore, we should be grateful that we get hungover and if it helps with fluid replacement and other hangover cures. Also about antioxidants in wine and how it works with alcoholism and heredity. And then […]

  • Anxiety, depression more likely in first-wave COVID-19 patients: Study

    Anxiety, depression more likely in first-wave COVID-19 patients: Study

    The study was based on participants self-reporting of COVID-19 due to the limited availability of tests at the beginning of the pandemic. However, the level of reported infections is similar to two other UK studies conducted at the same time. They also found that having a mental health problem before the pandemic was associated with […]

  • Low to moderate stress is good for health: Research

    Low to moderate stress is good for health: Research

    There is a caveat, however, the researchers said. The findings are related to low to moderate stress. When your stress levels go beyond moderate and become constant, that stress becomes toxic. “The bad consequences of stress are pretty clear and not new,” said Assaf Oshrilead author of the study and assistant professor in the College […]

  • 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 […]

  • Emmanuel Macron’s summit of the European Political Community begins in Prague

    Emmanuel Macron’s summit of the European Political Community begins in Prague

    Leaders from 44 European countries are gathering Thursday in Prague to launch a European political community aimed at boosting security and economic prosperity. Critics say the new forum is an attempt to slow EU enlargement. The meeting in the Czech capital is the idea of ​​French President Emmanuel Macron, with the support of German Chancellor […]

  • Everything that was wrong with Russian Emperor Peter III

    Everything that was wrong with Russian Emperor Peter III

    When Peter III, grandson of Peter the Great, became Russian emperor, the entire court was horrified by his uncanny behavior. Unfortunately, the reasons for this lay in the fact that he was brought up by a sadistic educator, who hated Russia. Karl Peter Ulrich von Schleswig-Holstein-Gottorf was not yet 15 years old and he was […]

  • Study: Fatigue, headache, most common persistent symptoms months after COVID-19

    Study: Fatigue, headache, most common persistent symptoms months after COVID-19

    Researchers at the Medical College of Georgia report their findings in the journal “Science Direct.” “Our results confirm the emerging evidence that there are chronic neuropsychiatric effects following COVID-19 infections,” they write. “There are many symptoms that we didn’t know what to do with in the early stages of the epidemic,” says Dr Elizabeth Rutkowski, […]

  • Other municipalities that use the same salary system are causing havoc for the employees of the City of Helsinki

    In a few months, communities all over Finland will start working in welfare service municipalities, which will replace the country’s old social and health service system of hundreds of individual municipalities. When it happens early next year, more than 200,000 people will effectively have new employers who will pay them for their work. Half of […]

  • Lower Sex Drive, Long Covid Hair Loss Symptoms: Study

    Lower Sex Drive, Long Covid Hair Loss Symptoms: Study

    A wide variety of symptoms and health effects have been associated with the long-standing covid. The study showed that long-term symptoms of COVID, although commonly seen in patients with other viral infections such as influenza, occur more often after contracting Covid. Several systematic reviews have shown that the most common symptoms are fatigue, shortness of […]

  • Turkey’s Russia stance annoys Biden NEWLY

    Turkey’s Russia stance annoys Biden NEWLY

    The news agency describes Turkish leader Recep Tayyip Erdogan as a ?headache? for Washington Turkey continues to be “a source of considerable irritation” to US President Joe Biden’s administration, the New York Times has reported. According to the paper, Ankara’s approach to the Ukraine crisis is part of a wider spectrum of issues. Ankara’s involvement […]

  • Danish news: Despite the extended deadline, 40,000 tax forms from companies in Denmark are still missing

    Danish news: Despite the extended deadline, 40,000 tax forms from companies in Denmark are still missing

    The Danish Tax Agency has said in a press release that there is still a lack of 40,000 accounting forms from companies in Denmark. The deadline, this morning, was postponed after operational problems last week at Nets – the company behind national services such as Dankort and NemID. According to the agency, these issues have […]

  • Roskilde 2022: On the way home with a headache, feeling like the undead and longing for their bed!

    Roskilde 2022: On the way home with a headache, feeling like the undead and longing for their bed!

    It was great to be back, agreed the three Roskilde Festival parties we spoke to when they left the campsite this weekend. They all selected different highlights, both on stage and at the festival in general. Of those loved vibes they met during the rain, another dug the art. But if there was one thing […]

  • The EU will supply the first batch of monkeypox vaccines to Spain

    The EU will supply the first batch of monkeypox vaccines to Spain

    In mid-June, the Commission purchased 1 09 090 doses of Imvanex smallpox vaccine manufactured by Bavarian Nordic in Denmark and proposed to start deliveries to European Union (EU) Member States and Norway and Iceland by the end of this month. Vaccine doses are distributed proportionally, with countries reporting the highest number of cases prioritized for […]

  • The activity of ticks is increasing in the south, fading after Midsummer in the Oulu region

    The activity of ticks is increasing in the south, fading after Midsummer in the Oulu region

    During the spring and early summer, more than 36,000 tick observations have been reported to the University of Turku. Punkkilive website. These point to particularly high concentrations of parasitic spiders on the south coast, as well as many observations from the Oulu region. "The predominant species in Oulu is taiga, which makes up about 98 […]

  • WHO to convene emergency meeting next week over ‘unusual and disturbing’ monkey epidemic

    WHO to convene emergency meeting next week over ‘unusual and disturbing’ monkey epidemic

    That is why I have decided to convene an emergency committee in accordance with international health regulations next week to assess whether this epidemic is a public health emergency of international concern. “ As monkey pox infections increase around the world, the WHO DG called on previously affected countries to identify all cases and contacts […]

  • Turkey is considering a new military operation in Syria in the midst of a stalemate in NATO expansion

    Turkey is considering a new military operation in Syria in the midst of a stalemate in NATO expansion

    © Provided by Xinhua ANKARA, June 1 (Xinhua) – Turkey is planning a new invasion of US-backed Kurdish troops in Syria, a move that comes amid Ankara’s reservations about a NATO expansion offer and projects to relocate large numbers of Syrian refugees. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Sunday that Turkey would soon launch […]

  • Suspected second monkey pox infection in Finland

    Suspected second monkey pox infection in Finland

    Another male patient with orthopoxvirus infection has been reported at Helsinki University Hospital (HUS). The monkey pox virus belongs to the genus of orthopoxviruses, but a second monkey pox infection had not been confirmed on Wednesday afternoon. Finland’s first monkeypox infection was confirmed at HUS on 26 May. Another probable infection has also been acquired […]

  • Countries should take the right steps to curb ape poisoning: WHO

    Countries should take the right steps to curb ape poisoning: WHO

    We believe that if we take the right action now, we can probably curb this easily. That’s why we’re doing this announcement today and trying to raise awareness because we’re right, at the very beginning and we have a good opportunity to stop the broadcast now, ”he said. Sylvie BriandWHO Director of Global Influenza Preparedness. […]

  • Film critics are thinking about the next Palme d’Or when the Cannes Film Marathon ends

    Film critics are thinking about the next Palme d’Or when the Cannes Film Marathon ends

    The Cannes Film Festival showed the last of its competition entries on Friday, ending its first full-scale edition since the pandemic. On the eve of the announcement of the Palme d’Or, FRANCE 24 spoke with critics from Japan, Italy and Bangladesh about watching the world’s premier film festival and their favorite films from this year’s […]

  • Finland reports the first suspected case of monkeypox

    Finland reports the first suspected case of monkeypox

    The health authorities in the Helsinki metropolitan area suspect that they have found Finland’s first monkey pox virus infection. Traces of the orthopoxvirus were found in an adult male patient, the Helsinki and Uusimaa Hospital District (HUS) reported in its press release on Wednesday morning. The monkey poxvirus is one of the human orthopoxic viruses, […]

  • Fresh cases of rare monkey pox located

    Fresh cases of rare monkey pox located

    Cases of the “very unusual” disease have been confirmed in Italy and Sweden The United States and European countries such as Spain, Portugal, the United Kingdom, Italy and Sweden confirmed cases of smallpox, a rare African disease, on Thursday. Doctors at Spallanzani Hospital in Rome said they had diagnosed a person with smallpox after returning […]

  • The United States buys millions of vaccines for dangerous viruses

    The United States buys millions of vaccines for dangerous viruses

    Officials have rushed to secure vaccines as cases of the rare appox virus continue to appear in the United States and Europe The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has signed an agreement for $ 119 million in vaccines against the appox virus, after a Massachusetts man was diagnosed with the rare but potentially […]

  • Belgium is the first country to introduce compulsory monkey quarantine

    Belgium is the first country to introduce compulsory monkey quarantine

    Monkey pox is a disease of the same genus as smallpox and symptoms include a clear bumpy rash, fever, muscle aches and headache. Monkey pox is less deadly than smallpox, with a mortality rate of less than 4 percent, but experts are concerned about the unusual spread of the disease outside Africa, where it usually […]

  • The WHO convenes an emergency meeting on the media for outbreaks of rare diseases

    The WHO convenes an emergency meeting on the media for outbreaks of rare diseases

    The international health watchdog calls in experts to discuss the rapid spread of monkey pox, reports the Telegraph The latest spread of the appox virus has prompted the World Health Organization (WHO) to convene a crisis meeting, the British newspaper Telegraph reported on Friday. The disease, which is usually confined to forest areas in western […]

  • The United States buys millions of vaccine doses for new viruses

    The United States buys millions of vaccine doses for new viruses

    Officials have rushed to secure vaccines as cases of the rare appox virus continue to appear in the United States and Europe The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has signed an agreement for $ 119 million in vaccines against the appox virus, after a Massachusetts man was diagnosed with the rare but potentially […]

  • Inflation slowed slightly in April

    Inflation slowed slightly in April

    Inflation in Finland slowed slightly during April, according to data released by Statistics Finland on Friday. The annual change in consumer prices calculated by Statistics Finland was 5.7 per cent in April, compared with 5.8 per cent in March. The agency said the biggest impact on April’s inflation rate was the slowdown in liquid fuel […]

  • Big Four banks casting a dangerous shadow

    Big Four banks casting a dangerous shadow

    Dale Webster exposes the Big Four retreat from regional Australia, leaving cashed-up and bankless towns watching their money go round and round. CASTERTON, GRENFELL, Home Hill, Nathalia and Toukley. Five Australian towns that were, until recently, set apart by one dubious achievement shared by no others: they had all lost a full hand of the […]

  • ‘Big four’ banks casting a dangerous shadow

    ‘Big four’ banks casting a dangerous shadow

    Dale Webster exposes the “big four” retreat from regional Australia, leaving cashed-up and bankless towns watching their money go round and round. CASTERTON, GRENFELL, Home Hill, Nathalia and Toukley. Five Australian towns that were, until recently, set apart by one dubious achievement shared by no others: they had all lost a full hand of the […]

  • A snowy winter is a foretaste of the future, says Yle’s meteorologist

    A snowy winter is a foretaste of the future, says Yle’s meteorologist

    During this snowy and relatively cold winter, many have wondered – with jokes or not – what happened to climate change in Finland, Yle meteorologist Kerttu Kotakorpi writes in his column on Sunday. Of course, the weather in one winter does not tell us about long-term climate trends. In fact, however, this season has been […]

  • Modernizing mogul modeled us at Manchester and made Marmokirken magnificent

    Modernizing mogul modeled us at Manchester and made Marmokirken magnificent

    Carl Frederik Tietgen, often called Denmark’s biggest business mogul, was almost solely responsible for bringing Denmark into the industrial age. Today, his business legacy lives on in companies such as DFDS, Tuborg, GN Store Nord and Danisco, as well as the magnificent Marble Church, which he was responsible for completing. But who was this business […]

  • Function: Reopening increases the risk of re-infection of covid-19 in Sweden

    by Patrick Ekstrand, Fu Yiming, He Miao STOCKHOLM, February 23 (Xinhua) – “I coughed, was nauseous and had a headache. My whole body ached”, said a Swedish man who was recently diagnosed with covid-19 for the fourth time despite being completely vaccinated for Xinhua. “At the beginning of this month, I became ill again,” he […]

  • Allies still divided over Russian intentions

    Allies still divided over Russian intentions

    Warsaw – The guessing game about Russian President Vladimir Putin’s intentions continued on Sunday, with worried Western military officials and independent experts agreeing that the Kremlin has gathered enough forces to invade Ukraine. However, disagreement remains between allies over whether the military build-up is a feint designed to extract Western concessions or an invading force […]

  • In review: This year’s five best Danish scientific discoveries

    In review: This year’s five best Danish scientific discoveries

    The past year was a year of general uncertainty as fragile attempts at economic recovery were steamrollered by fresh waves of COVID, Meanwhile, the art industry went up to suffocating restrictions, while meeting friends to soothe the nerves was marked by anxiety and awkward distancing. Science is flourishing But necessity is the mother of invention, […]

  • Denmark begins to withdraw troops from Mali following the junta’s demands

    Denmark begins to withdraw troops from Mali following the junta’s demands

    Denmark announced on Thursday that it will begin withdrawing its troops from Mali after the West African country’s ruling junta insisted on an immediate withdrawal, hitting France’s attempt to trick European allies into bearing part of the burden of fighting jihadists in the region. The decision comes in the middle of the tension between Mali […]

  • France called for its colonial reflexes to be curbed

    France called for its colonial reflexes to be curbed

    France was asked to show? Restraint and respect the fundamental principle? of non-interference A spokesman for Mali’s transitional junta government has reiterated the demand for Danish troops to leave the country and struck a blow against the country’s former colonial masters. Abdoulaye Maiga spoke late on Wednesday to the news broadcaster ORTM1 and warned the […]

  • Denmark begins to withdraw troops from Mali at the junta’s request

    Denmark begins to withdraw troops from Mali at the junta’s request

    Denmark announced on Thursday that it will begin withdrawing its troops from Mali after the West African country’s ruling junta insisted on an immediate withdrawal, hitting France’s attempt to trick European allies into bearing part of the burden of fighting jihadists in the region. The decision comes in the middle of the tension between Mali […]

  • Two years of pandemic work takes a heavy toll on Sweden’s healthcare staff

    Two years of pandemic work takes a heavy toll on Sweden’s healthcare staff

    © Provided by Xinhua Sweden has adopted an agile approach to the pandemic since the very first days, and prefers recommendations to the public over a nationwide lockdown. At the same time, the successive waves of the pandemic took the heaviest toll in Sweden of all the five Nordic countries, which created an extremely stressful […]

  • Researchers say placebo causes more than two-thirds of COVID-19 side effects

    Researchers say placebo causes more than two-thirds of COVID-19 side effects

    In a new meta-analysis of randomized, placebo-controlled COVID-19 vaccine trials, researchers at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) compared the number of adverse events reported by vaccinated participants with those reported by them. who received a placebo that did not contain the vaccine. The group’s findings were published in the JAMA Network Open. Although […]

  • Timed circadian rhythms

    Timed circadian rhythms

    Maybe it’s time to stop staring blindly at what we eat and how we exercise and instead think about when?Timing is more important than you think in order to stay healthy and healthy and iron out the body’s functions, in accordance with the internal clock. The internal biological clock affects all our cells and the […]

  • Two new Covid vaccines arrived in Finland this year

    Two new Covid vaccines arrived in Finland this year

    Two new Covid-19 vaccines are expected to hit the European and Finnish markets this year. They are considered to be more traditional than their mRNA counterparts, which are already widely used. On December 20, the European Commission approved one of the expected new vaccines, Nuvaxovid, manufactured by the US biotechnology company Novavax. It was conditionally […]

  • APN Podcast Special Offer: Looking Back to 2021

    APN Podcast Special Offer: Looking Back to 2021

    The big story of 2021 in Finland and the rest of the world was still a coronavirus pandemic. But much more happened. Throughout the year, the All Points North podcast covered the country’s municipal elections, including exclusive, in-depth interviews with the leaders of the Finnish parliamentary parties in English (!). Nine interviews – from a […]

  • The study finds hormone exposure in the uterus associated with migraine risk later in life

    The study finds hormone exposure in the uterus associated with migraine risk later in life

    Washington [US], December 16 (ANI): According to a new study of genetic and environmental information from the world’s largest database of twins, hormone levels in the uterus have potentially been linked to the risk of developing migraines in adulthood. The research has been published in the ‘Frontiers in Pain Research Journal’. The research was also […]

  • Vaccines for children will arrive in Finland this week

    Vaccines for children will arrive in Finland this week

    When the first consignments of Comirnaty Covid arrive in Finland, vaccination of at-risk children aged 5-11 is expected to begin this week, according to the National Institute for Health and Welfare (THL). THL Chief Expert Mia Kontio, said 162,000 doses of Covid vaccine will arrive in Finland this week, and the next delivery of 78,000 […]

  • Monday’s newspapers: Finland’s Omicron worries, slow boosters and Covid at sea

    Monday’s newspapers: Finland’s Omicron worries, slow boosters and Covid at sea

    Breakthrough covid infections in fully vaccinated people are currently more common in the Helsinki Metropolitan Area and Turku than seasonal influenza. Helsingin sanomat newspaper. These infections have been mild – characterized by headaches and a nose, HS said. On Sunday, Finland imposed entry restrictions on people arriving from South Africa. When Omicron triggers alarms, Evening […]

  • Mental health: When stress is taboo and yet so common

    Mental health: When stress is taboo and yet so common

    You have the perfect life. You need to feel happy, content and in balance, but let’s be honest: you do not. Instead, you feel like you are juggling life, work, and family, while the person you neglect the most is you! Do you recognize this feeling? It was me I had the perfect life and […]

  • Modern: Vaccine protects young children from viruses and is safe

    Modern: Vaccine protects young children from viruses and is safe

    The corona vaccine from Moderna has shown a good effect for children in the age group 6-11 years. It shows the preliminary results from the final experiment with the vaccine, where it has been tested on 4753 children between 6 years and 11 years. This is stated by Moderna in a statement. The American company […]

  • Office manager held Støjberg out with outstretched arm in instruction case

    Office manager held Støjberg out with outstretched arm in instruction case

    The answer stated that Støjberg instructed the Danish Immigration Service to separate. – I acknowledge that in this way we tried to keep the minister out in the open, says Jesper Gori. – The word “instruct” was not super well chosen. The defender also asks if Jesper Gori knew if Inger Støjberg helped to communicate […]

  • 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. […]

  • Uffe Ellemann: City and country have moved closer together in the Liberal Party

    Uffe Ellemann: City and country have moved closer together in the Liberal Party

    – It is not at all, not at all the same today as 40 years ago. It is the common interests that bind us together. The liberal attitudes. That is why it suits such a national meeting so well that a strong ideological speech is given, says Uffe Ellemann. From the front row, the former […]

  • Too few Danes go to the doctor with a headache

    Too few Danes go to the doctor with a headache

    More than one in four Danes who have a headache once or several times a week has never talked to a doctor about the problem. It shows a new national study from the National Knowledge Center for Headaches according to Politiken. Among those who experience headaches a few times a month, 53 percent have never […]

  • The Covid pandemic struck the financing of the Helsinki Olympic Stadium

    The Covid pandemic struck the financing of the Helsinki Olympic Stadium

    The coronavirus pandemic has had a "significant effect" funding for the recently renovated Helsinki Olympic Stadium. Due to the pandemic, the turnover of major events is more than 90 percent lower than expected Ari Kuokkanen, CEO Stadium Foundation, the foundation in charge of the stadium. Kuokkanen told Yle that, under normal circumstances, 800,000 tickets for […]

  • Young people and the sick: why they tend to pull the plug with headaches

    Young people and the sick: why they tend to pull the plug with headaches

    An unexpected night out leaves the young man with a dilemma. Should he go hangover to work or call sick? Rising numbers are choosing the latter, and this is a growing problem, he claims news outlet for FOA, the union for public workers. Young people are increasingly calling sick people to work, a number of […]

  • Finland establishes the Long Covid working group

    Finland establishes the Long Covid working group

    The Finnish Ministry of Social Affairs and Health has set up an expert group to study the Long Covid phenomenon. Minister at a press conference on Wednesday Krista Kiuru (SDP) said about ten percent of people with Covid disease are likely to suffer from symptoms for an extended period of time, defined as symptoms that […]

  • False information against the vaccine was sent to children’s phones in Tampere

    False information against the vaccine was sent to children’s phones in Tampere

    Young people in Finland continue to be targeted at campaigns aimed at disseminating false information about the coronavirus vaccine, Tampere University Hospital (TAYS) has announced. According to the hospital, false information has even been sent to Pirkanmaa’s children’s phones, claiming that the young people have been taken to an emergency after the assaults. There are […]

  • Friday’s newspapers: Finnish troops to Afghanistan, vaccine side effects, Tampere congestion

    Friday’s newspapers: Finnish troops to Afghanistan, vaccine side effects, Tampere congestion

    Finnish President Sauli Niinistö believes that the Finnish troops sent to Afghanistan will ensure the evacuation of Finnish citizens from the country is not in danger. Interview in the afternoon newspaper Ilta-Sanomat. The government announced the deployment of a small army of forces to the Afghan capital on Thursday, for the first time by sending […]

  • Corona Round-up: Only survivor of rare AstraZeneca side effects in Denmark speaks out

    Corona Round-up: Only survivor of rare AstraZeneca side effects in Denmark speaks out

    Of the three Danes who have suffered from VITT – a rare and often fatal side effect of the AstraZeneca vaccine – Camilla is the only survivor. All three got the job early as medical front-line staff. Now receiving compensation for “burning and pain”, Camilla – who asked DR that her last name should be […]

  • Researcher: Protect children from corona even if late effects affect few

    Researcher: Protect children from corona even if late effects affect few

    She is helping to investigate late effects in Danish children in a large study. – It is sad that there are two children out of 100 infected who have been ill for more than two months. Therefore, one must of course limit the infection among children. It is not at all nice for a small […]

  • Children get short-lived and mild coronary effects

    Children get short-lived and mild coronary effects

    The study examined 1,734 children aged 5 to 17 years who had been tested positive for coronavirus. Only 1.8 percent of corona-infected children experienced late effects for more than two months after infection. The symptoms after the first month were mainly of the mild kind like headaches and fatigue. – Although covid-19 in children is […]

  • Board drowns in reports of mild vaccine side effects

    In the first half of 2021, the Danish Medicines Agency received thousands of reports of mild, known side effects from the corona vaccines. It writes Politiken. Therefore, the agency urges not to contact a doctor for, for example, mild fever, headache, chills and soreness at the place where you have received a sting. Doctors have […]

  • COVID-19 leads to cognitive, behavioral problems in patients, the study presents

    COVID-19 leads to cognitive, behavioral problems in patients, the study presents

    The study also found that one in five patients reported post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and 16 percent had depressive symptoms. The study in Italy involved testing neurocognitive abilities and performing MRI brain scans of patients two months after the onset of COVID-19 symptoms. More than 50 percent of patients had cognitive impairment; 16% had problems […]

  • Finland confirms 46 cases of severe allergic reactions to Covid

    Finland confirms 46 cases of severe allergic reactions to Covid

    The Center for Medicines Safety and Development (FIMEA) said it had received 46 reports of anaphylaxis by June 15, a small number in relation to the millions of doses given. "A previous anaphylactic reaction to food won ” prevent you from receiving Covid, but the THL recommends that the 15-minute post-vaccination follow-up period be extended […]

  • FACTS: How corona vaccines are approved for children

    The National Board of Health recommends that children between the ages of 12 and 15 be vaccinated with the Pfizer / BioNTech vaccine. They are scheduled to be vaccinated from September. When a vaccine has to be approved for a certain age group, it is a requirement that the manufacturers do clinical trials with children […]

  • England’s Sterling performance receives Euro bid for flight start

    England’s Sterling performance receives Euro bid for flight start

    England launched their bid for Euro 2020 glory with a 1-0 victory over Croatia on Sunday, while the Netherlands defeated Ukraine 3-2 in an exciting meeting in Group C, and Northern Macedonia lost 3-1 to Austria in their first match in a big tournament as an independent nation. It was a first-class night for the […]

  • Italy gets Euro 2020 to start flying when Wales, Belgium start fighting

    Italy gets Euro 2020 to start flying when Wales, Belgium start fighting

    Wales and the world’s top-ranked team Belgium begin their Euro 2020 bids on Saturday after the delayed tournament finally started with victory for an impressive Italian side on an emotional night in Rome. After a year of football largely played in empty stadiums due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the Stadio Olimpico was filled to a […]

  • Sick birds are quarantined – keep an eye on parrot disease

    Sick birds are quarantined – keep an eye on parrot disease

    Bedsted Dyrehandel, which is located near Thy, has had to quarantine its birds after ornithosis – also known as parrot disease – was found among the flock. The animal trade has received this order from the Danish Veterinary and Food Administration, which in a press release informs about the cases of parrot disease. The first […]

  • First Dane to receive compensation for vaccine side effects

    The 30-year-old woman from the Capital Region receives compensation after being affected by the rare but very serious syndrome vitt, after she was vaccinated with AstraZeneca. It informs the patient compensation to the newspaper. White is the clinical name for the blood clots that the AstraZeneca vaccine can cause. The woman was vaccinated in January […]

  • Refrigeration fitters have started a scheme with scrapped vaccines

    – It was quite nice. Quite quietly little dot, says Mikael Hoier, director of Lowenco, to DR after receiving the plug. The refrigeration fitters have agreed to the voluntary vaccine scheme because they are going to India to complete the installation of 20 freezers at a vaccine factory. India is currently hard hit by corona […]

  • We are all foreign agents: Johanna Melén, Russia correspondent

    We are all foreign agents: Johanna Melén, Russia correspondent

    Stockholm, Friday. Before this chronicle I have annoyingly enough gotten a show from my childhood Christmas tree looting on my brain. The one about us all being mother pigs, all of us. And it was thought that in order to illustrate the modern language of political Russia, mother pigs could be exchanged for foreign agents. […]

  • Corona Round-Up: The rate of infection increases before the banking holiday on Thursday

    Corona Round-Up: The rate of infection increases before the banking holiday on Thursday

    1,246 new coronavirus infections have been found in Denmark during the last 24 hours, aaccording to the Statens Serum Institut. This represents the highest infection rate in one day since mid-January, although only 0.55 percent were positive. Bank Holiday Rush A higher number of positive results was expected as more tests have been performed. In […]

  • Four out of ten will contact the doctor in case of fever after vaccination

    Nearly half of citizens underestimate how often one can expect mild side effects after a sting with a coronavina vaccine. This is shown by a population study carried out by the Danish Medicines Agency in collaboration with the analysis company Epinion. The mild side effects can be, for example, fever, headache and redness after tingling […]

  • Control in exclamation: Fever after vaccination is completely normal

    Control in exclamation: Fever after vaccination is completely normal

    Almost half of Danish citizens underestimate how often one can expect mild side effects after a sting with a corona vaccine. This is shown by a population study carried out by the Danish Medicines Agency in collaboration with the analysis company Epinion. The mild side effects can be, for example, fever, headache and redness after […]

  • Citizens of Thyborøn must close doors and windows to dangerous smoke

    The fire originated in a ship at the harbor in Thyborøn. The smoke from there is harmful to health if you inhale it. – Everyone who lives in the area where the smoke is, should go indoors and close doors and windows and interrupt any. ventilation systems. At the same time, we urge you to […]

  • Citizens of Thyborøn had to close windows for dangerous smoke

    For five hours on Wednesday, a number of citizens in Thyborøn were urged to stay indoors and close all windows. On Wednesday morning, the police received a report of a fire on a ship in the harbor, and the smoke from the place turned out to be harmful to health, and that was the background […]

  • After the qualifying success – hard time awaits Solberg

    After the qualifying success – hard time awaits Solberg

    Sweden’s men’s national handball team was already ready for the European Championships, but now it is also clear that they will also be group leaders in their European Championship qualifying group. This after a great victory away against Montenegro with 34-22. But that the team has performed so well also gives headaches for the national […]

  • Side effects after coronavina vaccine are recognized as work-related injuries

    Side effects after coronavina vaccine are recognized as work-related injuries

    These are thus the first cases in which frontline staff who have been vaccinated at work have had blue-stamped side effects such as work injuries. As in other occupational injury cases, the injured party can receive compensation for permanent injuries and compensation for loss of ability to work. According to AES, there are currently 54 […]

  • More men state that they have been affected by postcovid

    More men state that they have been affected by postcovid

    In a study conducted by Novus, more men than women state that they have had covid-like symptoms for more than ten weeks. At the same time, more women are coming to the clinics started for patients with long-term symptoms. The National Board of Health and Welfare, which is the authority responsible for postcovid, assesses that […]

  • More young people suffer from increased screen time: “I sit all the time”

    More young people suffer from increased screen time: “I sit all the time”

    There are many high school students who get tired in the eyes and get a headache now during the pandemic, when much of the teaching takes place remotely via screen. Several opticians that P4 Dalarna has been in contact with testify that more young people are seeking help now compared to a year ago. “I […]

  • Sweden to open more clinics to cope with patients with long COVID

    STOCKHOLM, April 2 (Xinhua) – Sweden is opening more clinics to cope with the increasing number of long-term COVID patients, Swedish TV (SVT) reported on Friday. Karolinska University Hospital will soon open a second clinic in Huddinge, south of Stockholm, which specializes in the treatment of long-term COVID patients and researches the pandemic. The first […]

  • Prime Minister Marin: Restrictions on private events considered by the government

    Prime Minister Marin: Restrictions on private events considered by the government

    prime minister Sanna MarinThe government of ministers (SDP) will have another headache as ministers return from the Easter break after the parliamentary constitutional committee found that other restrictions on movement proposed by the government were unconstitutional on Wednesday. Yle asked the Prime Minister for an interview, and Marin answered questions in writing. "As Prime Minister, […]

  • Right now

    Right now

    There are many high school students who get tired in the eyes and get a headache now during the pandemic when much of the teaching takes place via screen. About every other optician that P4 Gävleborg has been in contact with says that there are many more young people who seek help now compared with […]

  • Can the vaccination after-effects be any worse than the fallout of the virus itself?

    Can the vaccination after-effects be any worse than the fallout of the virus itself?

    This article is personal because that’s how big the coronavirus has become: it’s personal to all of us. By now, we don’t need the media to tell us how serious this is. Let me explain. I was talking to a friend who lives in a country that I won’t mention the name of … because […]

  • Children in Syria give the government headaches

    Children in Syria give the government headaches

    The government is looking with light and lantern for a solution to the political headache that 19 children with Danish connections and their mothers constitute, while under miserable conditions they are sitting in two refugee camps in Sy…

  • Commentator: The mothers are Mette Frederiksen’s headache

    Commentator: The mothers are Mette Frederiksen’s headache

    – If Mette Frederiksen can find a way to forcibly remove the children, then I think she can escape fairly politically unscathed from it. And I actually think that is the only solution she has, says political commentator at the Althing, Erik Holstein, and continues: – The moment she starts taking the mothers home with […]