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Sometimes pilots violate established procedures and rules.
Men who have lost their partner to cancer and who are still single four to five years after their loss run a far greater risk of developing mental illness than those who have managed to find a new partner.
Kosterhavet National Park was created to provide a haven for both protected species and nature lovers.
When the story of Jesus known as The Gospel of Mark began to circulate as a written text in the ancient Mediterranean cities, it became engaged in a form of negotiation with the Roman imperial culture.
It is now possible to use dental X-rays to predict who is at risk of fractures, reveals a new study from researchers at the Sahlgrenska Academy reported in the journal Nature Reviews Endocrinology.
Elderly people with atrial fibrillation are often treated with anticoagulants to thin the blood, but this medicine is hard to dose and patients have to have their blood tested regularly.
The sounds produced by a fiddle are not always musical, but the fiddle is still nevertheless regarded as a musical instrument.
Researchers at the University of Gothenburg's Sahlgrenska Academy have discovered a brand new tick-borne infection.
Negative ions play an important role in everything from how our bodies function to the structure of the universe.
Coating the surface of an implant such as a new hip or pacemaker with nanosized metallic particles reduces the risk of rejection, and researchers at the University of Gothenburg can now explain why: they fool the innate immune system.
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