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Radio Sweden Tuesday

Published tisdag 15 augusti 2006 kl 12.22
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Not only are Swedish Children getting fatter, their teeth are rotten too.

Lobbyists might be the flavour of the month in some countries, but the profession is seen as distasteful here.

There’s another chance to here the story of Astrid, Princess of Sweden and Queen of the Belgians.

Closing Music: Soundtrack of Our Lives ”Heading for a breakdown.”   

For years children’s teeth in Sweden have been getting healthier with fewer fillings

But as going to the dentist becomes more and more expensive, a new study’s warning things are changing, for the worse. Judi Milar has more

Why are lobbyists the least enviable professionals in Sweden? You ask the general Swede and he or she would very likely turn his or her nose up at the mention of the word lobbying. Our reporter Azariah Kiros wondered and tried to find out what lies behind the mistrust against lobbyists.

In Timeline, Juan Navas looks back at the life and times of Sweden’s Princess Astrid.

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