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Karolinska Institutet

SHEEP (the Stockholm Heart Epidemiology Program) is a population based case-referent study of risk factors for first episode of acute myocardial infarction in women and men in the ages 45-70 years living in the Stockholm...

  • Johan Hallqvist, Uppsala University, Department of Public Health and Caring Sciences
  • Karin Leander, Karolinska Institutet, Institute of Environmental Medicine
Published: 2016-08-26

Karolinska Institutet

Oral contraceptives, use of hormone replacement therapy, dietary habits and other lifestyle factors affect the risk for cancer, cardiovascular diseases and other chronic diseases in young women. Starting in 1991, a compr...

  • Elisabete Weiderpass Vainio, Karolinska Institutet, Department of Medical Epidemiology and Biostatistics
Published: 2015-04-13

Lund University

45 patients with previous chronic fatigue syndrome were followed up for 1.5 years. Neuropsychological examination, cortisol concentration in the saliva over the day, dexamethasone suppression test and self-ratings of cog...

  • Kai Österberg, Lund University, Department of Psychology
Published: 2013-09-13

Lund University

Diabetes Prediction in Skåne, DiPiS aims to investigate why children develop diabetes type 1. By being able to predict which children who will develop diabetes, it may be possible in the future to prevent the disease fr...

  • Åke Lernmark, Lunds universitet
  • Helena Larsson, Lund University
Published: 2013-09-12

Lund University

Umbilical cord blood was taken from 48000 new born children in the county of Skåne in order to determine the risk of hereditary type 1 diabetes. Of the screened children 7,4% had an increased risk. Of these, 2,525 chil...

  • Åke Lernmark, Lunds universitet
Published: 2013-09-11

Lund University

The Scania Diabetes Registry contains over 7000 diabetes patients recruited at hospitals in Scania, Sweden as from 1996. The majority of the patients come from the city of Malmö, and they account for about 25% of all dia...

  • Leif Groop, Lunds universitet
  • Carl-David Agardh, Lunds universitet
  • Eeron Lindholm, Lunds universitet/Malmö, Sektionen för barn/urologi/kvinnosjukvård/endokrinologi/Kliniska vetenskaper
Published: 2013-09-10

Lund University

ANDIS is a combined research and quality assurance project with the long term aim of introducing precision medicine in diabetes. In connection with a visit to your doctor or diabetes nurse personal identification number,...

  • Leif Groop, Lunds universitet
Published: 2013-09-06

University of Gothenburg

The population study of women in Gothenburg is a population study based at the University of Gothenburg. The study started as a cross-sectional study in 1968 including 1462 women aged 38, 46, 50 and 60 years. The partici...

  • Cecilia Björkelund, University of Gothenburg, Department of Public Health and Community Medicine
  • Lauren Lissner, University of Gothenburg, Department of Public Health and Community Medicine
  • Calle Bengtsson
  • +4
Published: 2012-01-01

University of Gothenburg

Starting in 1963 and with 10-year intervals, five population samples of men aged 50 and living in the city of Gothenborg, Sweden, were examined with respect to cardiovascular risk factors. In 1963, 973 men were invited....

  • Annika Rosengren, University of Gothenburg, Department of Emergency and Cardiovascular Medicine
  • Per-Olof Hansson, University of Gothenburg, Department of Emergency and Cardiovascular Medicine
  • Gösta Tibblin
  • +5
Published: 2011-01-01

University of Gothenburg

The Primary Prevention Trial in Goteborg is a multifactorial intervention programme on coronary heart disease, stroke incidence and total mortality. The study is administered by the Section for Preventive Cardiology, Ins...

  • Annika Rosengren, University of Gothenburg, Department of Emergency and Cardiovascular Medicine
  • Lars Wilhelmsen, University of Gothenburg, Department of Emergency and Cardiovascular Medicine
Published: 2011-01-01