Even SLIM type 2 diabetics can reverse their condition

Even SLIM type 2 diabetics can reverse their condition with ‘game-changing’ soup and shake diet: Top experts say patients just need to lose 10% of their body weight This is the equivalent of someone with a 13st (83kg) frame losing 1st 4lbs (8kg)  Newcastle Uni scientists presented findings at a medical conference in Sweden They … Read more

Putin’s NATO bungle – POLITICO

Ivo Daalder, former U.S. ambassador to NATO, is president of the Chicago Council on Global Affairs and host of the weekly podcast “World Review with Ivo Daalder.”  Russian President Vladimir Putin had high hopes for the invasion of his western neighbor earlier this year — he was going to bring all of Ukraine back into … Read more

Surge in gang violence threatens to unseat Sweden’s Left-wing government

In the southern Swedish city of Malmö, just across the bridge from the Danish capital Copenhagen, people have grown accustomed to reports about gang-related shootings. But on a recent Friday afternoon, just weeks before this Sunday’s parliamentary elections, the violence came a bit too close.  At the upmarket shopping mall Emporia, a 15-year-old shot a … Read more

I don’t recognize Sweden anymore – POLITICO

Jim Stenman is a Swedish-Ethiopian journalist. He has worked as a producer for CNN International in Europe and the Gulf, and reported for Reuters and the BBC World Service. As Swedish Prime Minister Magdalena Andersson arrived in my childhood hometown of Eskilstuna recently, even she must have realized that Sweden was losing its war on gang violence.  Only a day earlier, the … Read more

Children born from frozen embryos are more likely to develop cancer later in life

Children that are born from embryos placed in frozen storage are at an increased risk of developing cancer, an alarming new study finds. Researchers at the University of Gothenburg in Sweden, found that children born from frozen embryos in particular suffered an increased risk of  developing leukemia and cancers related to the central nervous system. Interestingly, … Read more