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, Dan. København , city (1992 pop. 464,566; metropolitan area 1,339,395), capital of Denmark and of Copenhagen co., E Denmark, on E Sjælland and N Amager islands and on the Øresund.
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To find out whether an environmental trigger may also play a role, a team led by Hans Bisgaard of the Gentofte University Hospital in Copenhagen, Denmark, tracked 358 Danish and 460 British children from birth.
At the same time, we can see that the reduced risk is related to high vitamin C concentrations in the blood from the fruit and vegetables," said Camilla Kobylecki, a medical doctor and PhD student at the Department of Clinical Biochemistry, Herlev and Gentofte Hospital.
Karasoy, a research fellow at Cardiovascular Research Center Gentofte, in Denmark.
Danmon Denmark A / S, headquartered in Gentofte and offices in Aarhus and Odense, is one of Denmark's leading suppliers of technical equipment for the professional audio and video industry - and the supplier of technical solutions for IPTV / NetTV, telecom, cable, satellite and fibre markets.
Andersson, a researcher at Gentofte Hospital in Copenhagen.
In the article, a team of researchers led by Jacob Thyssen, MD, PhD, Copenhagen University Hospital Gentofte (Hellerup, Denmark), Loma Linda University School of Medicine (Loma Linda, CA), and University of Arizona College of Medicine (Phoenix, AZ), review the current literature on mobile phone dermatitis in both children and adults.
Morten Lamberts of Gentofte University Hospital in Hell-erup, Denmark, and his associates.
We can see that those with the highest intake of fruit and vegetables have a 15 per cent lower risk of developing cardiovascular disease and a 20 per centlower risk of early death," said Camilla Kobylecki, medical doctor at the department of clinical biochemistry at Herlev and Gentofte Hospital in Denmark.
The recent collaboration of Sanofi and Gubra to discover new targets for diabetes is based on the consortium between the University of Copenhagen, Gubra and Gentofte Hospital, which is partly funded by the Danish National Advanced Technology foundation.
Study author Dr Kristian Mikkelsen, from Gentofte Hospital, in Hellerup, Denmark, said: "In our research we found people who have Type 2 diabetes used significantly more antibiotics up to 15 years prior to diagnosis compared to healthy controls.
Researchers from University Hospital Gentofte in Copenhagen, Manchester University, Brighton and Sussex Medical School and Dundee University hypothesised that weakening of the physical barrier in FLG-deficient individuals may potentiate the effect of environmental exposures relating to the development of eczema.