- HMBPP molecule.
A team of researchers from three Swedish universities have discovered why malaria mosquitoes prefer to feed on blood from people infected with malaria.
- 'She Decides.'
In a counter-move to US President Donald Trump's decision to stop aid to foreign organisations that support abortion, Sweden, together with Belgium, the Netherlands and Denmark, are inviting countries to the conference 'She Decides' in Brussels.
- Suffered from cancer.
Hans Rosling, a well-known professor of international health at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, has passed away aged 68.
- Nicotine affects insulin.
A study has linked high usage of snus, the popular Swedish smokeless tobacco, to an increased risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
- Maternity unit closure.
A group of expectant mothers are occupying the entrance to Sollefteå hospital in protest at the decision to close the maternity ward at noon, Tuesday.
- Court case.
A Swedish midwife who refused to carry out abortions due to her religious beliefs is backed by an American organisation that wants a conscience clause for healthcare staff in Sweden. But such a clause would reduce the right to abortion, the non-profit RFSU tells Radio Sweden.
- Court case.
An American anti-abortion organisation is funding the discrimination case brought by a Swedish midwife who refused to perform abortions on the grounds of her religious beliefs.