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Radio Sweden Tuesday

Published tisdag 10 januari 2006 kl 12.44
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Filed Viking Teeth (Klingons of the north?)
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New research by Sweden’s Karolinska Institute and Vietnamese scientists shows that there is a milder form of bird flu that may be more widespread, but not the killer everyone fears.

Vain Vikings: We reveal the pains to which these great warriors would go to, to look good.

And in HeartBeat: Medical barriers are broken, the internet puts your mind at rest and how tea for two could be healthy.

Closing Music: Cue,  ”Hello”

Swedish-Vietnamese research indicates that there may well be a milder form of bird flu. But this could have a negative aspect – as Radio Sweden’s Bill Schiller finds out from Professor Annika Linde, Sweden’s state epidemiologist:

New research indicates that the mighty Vikings took pains to improve their appearance. Mark Cummins has more:

Time now for this month’s edition of HeartBeat with Gaby Katz:

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