Entries Tagged ‘Health’

Norwegians Best at Surviving Cancer

Norway is currently the world’s best when it comes to the amount of patients surviving cancer, according to a new report from the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).

No Second Opinions

In Norway you have to register with a doctor.  You can only register with one doctor at one time and this registry is recorded in the big government system.  You cannot register with any doctor you want, only doctors that have available places at their clinic.  This is so the doctor-patient love can be spread […]

Having A Baby In Norway – And Lastly, Pre-eclampsia

Pre-eclampsia is one of those pregnancy diseases that is good to know about but not good to worry about.  It usually occurs in first time pregnancies after 20 weeks.  The symptoms are vague but include high blood pressure, protein in urine and oedema.  It is not really known what causes it but it affects the […]

Having a Baby in Norway – Dental Service

Depiction of Medieval dentistry – Palmer, James le, London (1360-1375) When you are having a baby is it very important to look after your teeth. Sometimes the pregnancy puts a toll on the health of your teeth and even though you most likely won’t be able to get any x-rays or heavy anaesthetics when seeing […]

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