1.3 million Swedes have been diagnosed with obesity or are at risk of becoming obese. Obesity often leads to a range of co-morbidities and...
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How should the healthcare system look at obesity? And where do the new obesity drugs fit into the Swedish healthcare system? Doctor Vincent Flink asks this question...
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On Thursday 29 June at Donnersgatan 3, we are organising five seminars on interesting and current topics. The day ends with a mingle where you can...
Podcast: Health for the unhealthy
Surströmming enthusiast Anna Maria Corazza Bildt (L) joins the podcast ahead of the EU elections on 9 June. She gives her views on everything from food production, farm sales and snuff to Fit for 55.
How do you get the right care for your training injury? Medical anarchist Petra Månström, who runs the Maratonpodden podcast, reflects on why the healthcare system finds it so difficult to deal with training injuries.
Opinion analyst Per Rosencrantz joins the podcast to talk about why so much politics is about tougher sentences, gang crime and migration while women are interested in healthcare and health.
We meet Rasmus Törnblom (M), PhD student in history at Lund University and municipal councillor in Lund, who wants to highlight the role of engineers in social policy. Törnblom talks about the engineer and later social minister Sven Lübeck who was a right-wing politician and important in...
Is your New Year's resolution to lose weight in 2024? Erik Hörstadius, journalist, author and winner of Biggest loser VIP, is a guest on the podcast and talks about how to keep the weight off.
Are we too busy with Santa's bus and Christmas shopping to find peace? The podcast is hosted by Thomas Idergard, a priest in the Catholic Church, who talks about how to find Christmas peace.