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  1. How many children were vaccinated in 2015?

    More and more children in Norway are being vaccinated and now the vast majority of children and adolescents have taken the vaccines recommended in the Childhood Immunisation Programme.

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  2. Zika fever - questions and answers

    The Norwegian Institute of Public Health has prepared a list of questions and answers about the Zika virus, transmission routes and protection.

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  3. New responsibilities in 2016

    The Knowledge Centre for the Health Services, the Institute for Alcohol and Drug Research (SIRUS) and the secretariat of the Scientific Committee for Food Safety are now part of the NIPH.

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  4. Early life infections may be a risk factor for coeliac disease in childhood

    Children with frequent infections in the first 18 months of life have a slightly increased risk of later developing coeliac disease compared with children who have few infections.

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  5. Serious poisoning cases among foreign mushroom pickers

    Every year, the Poisons Information Centre receives numerous enquiries about serious mushroom poisoning.

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  6. Norwegian and Czech health experts join forces for rare diseases

    Children with rare diseases and their families in Norway and the Czech Republic will receive improved health care services due to a successful collaboration between health experts in both countries.

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  7. Global health preparedness – a road to better health in all countries

    The Global Health Preparedness program at the Norwegian Institute of Public Health (NIPH) has aroused great international interest.

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  8. Global Health Preparedness program

    Since autumn 2013, the Norwegian Institute of Public Health (NIPH) has made efforts to put global health preparedness on the agenda in Norway and internationally. The current Ebola epidemic in West A

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  9. Global Health Preparedness Program

    Since autumn 2013, the Norwegian Institute of Public Health (NIPH) has made efforts to put global health preparedness on the agenda in Norway and internationally.

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  10. Parental break-up and conflicts

    Do maternal couple relationships change throughout the child-rearing years and can the likelihood of parental break-up be predicted?

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  11. Research conference held in "the Cradle of TB"

    In January and February 2015, a tuberculosis research seminar followed by diagnostics and bioinformatics training courses were held in Ethiopia. The events were organized by the Norwegian Instit

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  12. Gonorrhoea and syphilis in Norway in 2014

    Reported cases of gonorrhea continue to increase in Norway, both among men who have sex with men (MSM) and among heterosexuals.

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  13. Low risk of birth defects from antidepressant use in pregnancy

    Newborns of women treated with SSRI antidepressants or venlafaxine during early pregnancy have low risk of birth defects, according to a 2015 study.

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  14. E-cigarettes, ingredients and health risks

    Electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes) release nicotine in the same quantities as regular cigarettes and are therefore also addictive.

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  15. Supporting public health institute in Malawi

    The Norwegian Institute of Public Health (NIPH) has signed a new collaboration agreement with health authorities in Malawi. The agreement entails strengthening the National Institute of Public Health

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  16. Co-financing key to vaccine access

    Access to vaccines without donor support in the developing world can best be secured through cost sharing by governments, known as co-financing. This is one of the main findings from a new report.

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  17. arkiv - Confirmed case of measles in Oslo

    Measles has been confirmed in an unvaccinated adult in Oslo. The patient was infected while travelling outside Europe, and is now in hospital.

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  18. Does traffic noise increase the risk of obesity?

    There is an association between road traffic noise and the risk of obesity among people who are particularly sensitive to noise, according to a study from the Norwegian Institute of Public Health.

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  19. Vitamin D supplements: not recommended to prevent chronic diseases

    Vitamin D deficiency may increase the risk for a variety of chronic diseases, which has led to increased use of vitamin D supplements, often in high doses. "Just in case" use is not recommended.

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  20. Perinatal mortality in Norway - fact sheet

    Today, fewer than five out of 1000 new-born babies die during childbirth or their first week of life. Perinatal mortalityhas decreased greatly in Norway over the past 30 years.

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