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Drinking milk could keep you slim

Scientists from Aarhus University are identifying substances and mechanisms in milk that might affect the body’s metabolism.

Culture and legislation challenge divorces among Danish Turks

Relations to Denmark play an unexpected strategic role in divorces between ethnic Turks, shows new research.

Side effects from asthma medicine are underreported

Danish scientists find evidence of underreporting of severe side effects from asthma medicine in clinical trials.

Endocrine disruptors cause a man's anus to crawl towards his penis

Men who were exposed to endocrine disruptors in their mother’s womb produce less male hormone and their sperm quality is poor, shows new research.

Your tweets reveal future iPhone sales

Researchers set new standards for how precisely the sale of a product can be predicted based on what people write in the social media.

Scientists set world record in giving patients migraine

A team of Danish scientists are getting close to finding the cause of migraines. Discovery could lead to better treatment.

Quantum computing: designing the internet of the future

Mathematician hopes to uncover how to communicate most efficiently in a network based on the laws of quantum mechanics.

New study offers hope for patients with chronic infections

Scientists learn more about the showdown between bacteria and the immune system.

Oldest human genome reveals a story of sex and migration

The world's oldest known human genome has been mapped and provides key dates and insight into human history.

New helicopter technology could save farmers millions

Danish scientists have developed a new method for measuring nitrate degradation in soil. The new method could save farmers a lot of money and help protect fish from oxygen depletion.