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Young people who eat breakfast and lunch generally eat more healthily during the course of the day. These are the results of a study which was conducted by researchers at the Department.
Many people take vitamin B as dietary supplements without needing them. The combination of B6 and B12 vitamins can even be harmful.
In many countries there are long waiting lists to get a new liver. The solution is to use older donors, says Trygve Thorsen in his thesis.
The Centre for Global Health (CGH) at the University of Oslo (UiO)’s Medical Faculty is proud to announce that we have received support for the work and output of The Lancet One Health Commission from the UiO Life Science Open Call.
A new study published in JAMA Dermatology, shows a clear association between number of solarium sessions and SCC development.
Over 3000 participants from more than 150 countries have signed-up to follow the MOOC «How to Write a Ph.D. Research Proposal» after its launch. The MOOC is developed by the University of Oslo.
Immune cells at the centre of coeliac disease have been found in patients with other autoimmune diseases. These results give hope of finding the cause of a number of diseases.
A new treatment for gout lowers the urinary acid level in the body. This can protect podagra patients against new outbreaks.
Researchers at the University of Oslo (UiO) could be close to a breakthrough in the treatment of Alzheimer’s Disease.
Women's fat has a more active metabolism, but this effect disappears later in life.
The most important changes at The Research Council this spring are:
The goal is to develop a digital lifestyle coach that can help you change unhealthy habits.
More than 600 people commit suicide each year in one of the world's best countries to live in. What can we do to reduce the number of suicides?
Scientists have discovered a new method for making flu vaccines. This can give us broader protection against a number of flu types.
Dr. Michael Hawrylycz from the Allen Institute gave a lecture on his research on brain atlases at the IMB Distinguished Seminar on October 5.
It was curiosity about the Human Brain Project that enticed the acclaimed researcher to come to Norway.
The Centre for Global Health joined the UiO boat at Arendalsuka with a strong team of researchers from Institute of Health and Society.
Targeted treatment could be a possible solution to antimicrobial resistance, says Kristian Rødland at Centre for Global Health (CGH)
Researchers have now found out what happens when normal cells develop into breast cancer. This finding can lead to more individualized treatment: the right treatment in the right dosage for the right patient.
Like our unique fingerprints, we all have a unique combination of connections in the brain. These networks of connections stabilises during childhood and adolescence. Delayed development may be an early sign of mental health disorders.
Researchers have discovered that plasma cells in the human intestine live longer than previously assumed. This finding may change treatment for gastrointestinal illnesses and boost the development of vaccines in pill form.
The severity of a heart attack is the most important factor affecting the patient’s subsequent outcome. New research shows that the severity can be reduced through the use of anti-inflammatory medication.
Antibiotic resistance is a major global problem. Nevertheless, we should not stop using antibiotics to treat urinary tract infections.
Researchers from Norway have participated in a study that explores Short QT Syndrome, a genetic disease of the heart’s electrical system
Young people who demonstrate self-harming behaviours often admit that they have also attempted to take their own lives. Treatment directly aimed at combating self-harm and suicide has shown effective results.