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Teens in sports expect parents to be involved

Most young adolescents want their parents to encourage and attend their sports activities over having uninvolved parents, according to a recent study of 15-year-olds.

Medicine in Antiquity: From ancient temples to Roman logistics

A showdown with religious dogmas, an early scientific approach, and diligent use of plants were some of the ingredients of ancient medicine. Welcome aboard a historic journey to Greek temples, body fluids, and Roman hygiene.

Nordic Stone Age diet was dominated by fish

Red meat seems to have been less important in Northern European Stone Age diets than previously thought.

The contraceptive pill: A story of sexual liberation and dubious research methods

The contraceptive pill has had enormous significance for women’s emancipation, but researchers doubt whether it would have been approved today.

The biggest status symbol in the Nordic Iron Age was a goose

Poultry was all you needed to signal your status.

Women with reduced functional abilities are considered asexual

To participate in the labour market and to have a family are things most people take for granted. Women with functional disabilities are deprived of many opportunities. The explanation may be both functional ability and gender, according to researcher.

How to communicate better at work

What is the best way to speak to your employees or your manager? How can you get your message across without sending any unintentional signals? Clues from gestalt communication.

Family life makes Nordic men happy

But this is not necessarily true for men elsewhere in Europe, a new study shows.

Turning around boy culture in the classroom

Dominant cultural norms result in boys doing worse than girls in school, according to new Swedish doctoral research. But it's possible to turn it around, says the researcher.

It’s time to claim ownership of our digital lives

OPINION: Either we start changing the model or we stop playing.

Diversity leads to greater social coherence and well-being

Diversity makes us all more open-minded, both in our communities and at work.

Gaming doesn’t prevent Swedish teens from having friends

Young Swedish gamers seem to do just fine with friendships, researchers have found.