Survivors of the mass murder of young people at a summer camp by a Norwegian right-wing terrorist nearly three years ago can be reluctant to talk about their traumas, partly out of consideration for their families and friends.
People with clear symptoms of depression run a 40 percent higher risk of heart failure. “The more depressed you feel, the more you are at risk,” says the Norwegian intensive care nurse who led a major study.
Earlier this year, a Danish amputee became the first ever person to feel through his prosthetic limb. The main findings of the project are underway, and the project has just been granted an additional €6 million for further research.