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Out on a limb after forced marriage

They have fled from forced marriages and “honour” related violence. After receiving shelter and help for half a year, many find themselves left to cope single-handedly.

Sweden’s view of what makes ideal parents

The ideal parents see children as bringing meaning to their lives.

Teachers gain health by gaining knowledge

The health of educators is affected by how much they learn at the schools where they teach.

Doctor of hollandaise

Not too much heat, whisk well, and make sure you use enough water. Then you’re on your way to a good butter sauce.

New book shows you how to work creatively

Come 'Behind the Scenes of Artistic Creativity' when scientists interview 22 artists on what makes them creative.

Scientists warn: creationism is on the rise in Europe

More and more people in Europe are beginning to believe that a god -- not evolution -- shaped life on Earth and there are no signs this development will stop.

How to make your boss do what you want

The more energetic and decisive your boss, the easier he or she is to manipulate. All you need to do is show how much you have in common.

Why Finland and Norway still shun university tuition fees – even for international students

OPINION: A high level of education is beneficial for all of society, so individual human beings should not have to pay for it, argues Professor Jussi Välimaa.

Youth grow more politically active – but vote like mum and dad

Teenagers and young adults are starting to get involved in politics again. But they aren’t radical like they were in the 1960s.

Researchers help municipalities prevent terrorism

Radicalism and violent extremism have become a problem for some Norwegian municipalities. But many communities do not know what to do.

Opinion: "Denmark must not succumb to polarisation in the wake of Copenhagen attacks"

Nuances have it tough in times of polarisation and we must be careful not to fall back on prejudice and profiling, writes philosophy Professor Vincent F. Hendricks.

They use dating services but remain single

Some single persons are not really out to find a partner for life when they use online dating sites and go to get-togethers for singles.


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