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  1. India: Joint research project to reduce child mortality

    In 2008, the Norwegian Institute of Public Health received 7.5 million Norwegian kroner from the Research Council of Norway’s GLOBVAC programme for co-funding of a research project in India.

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  2. Sleeping pills can increase risk of traffic accidents

    Benzodiazepine-like hypnotics (z-hypnotics) are commonly used in Norway. Many believe that the use of such hypnotics does not reduce performance during the day.

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  3. arkiv - No link between difficult temperament in infants and being overweight

    Norwegian babies who cry a lot, are reluctant to sleep and are hard to comfort do not weigh more or gain weight faster than other infants.

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  4. arkiv - Anxious mothers breastfeed less

    Anxiety and depressive thoughts can lead breastfeeding women to worry about whether their baby is eating enough. They are likely to stop breastfeeding or supplement their own milk with infant formula

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  5. Low birthweight gives increased risk for hearing damage in children

    The risk of both moderate and severe hearing loss among children increases with low birthweight. This suggests that the ear is not normally developed when the fetal growth is poor. The length of gestation alone does not affect hearing. This is shown by a new study from the Norwegian Institute of Public Health (NIPH).

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  6. The Oslo Immigrant Health Study

    In 2002, the large population based Oslo Immigrant Health Study was conducted by the Norwegian Institute of Public Health and the University of Oslo.

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  7. Offshore potable water supply

    Offshore units operating under Norwegian jurisdiction are required to have a potable water system and potable water supply in accordance with Norwegian regulations.

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