We are trying to teach but what can we learn?
Evolution is slow... but our digital behavior transforms fast. As we spend more and more hours in front of our screens, activities crucial for our well-being are often neglected.
Mental health issues grow increasingly common, especially during times of isolation, and treatment effectiveness remains limited. Efficient, independent and available initiatives are needed. Thus,...
The Corona pandemic has highlighted how vulnerable smaller businesses are. We have seen numerous businesses having to shut down which has led to an unprecedented amount of redundancies and business...
Connectiative is an initiative that promotes and encourages collaboration between local meeting points for seniors and Swedish for Immigrants (SFI) schools in Swedish municipalities.
Physical inactivity kills just as many people as smoking does. Meanwhile, Swedish healthcare costs are increasing by 4.2 % a year and reached a total of 525 billion SEK in2018. As the sedentary...
After having investigated different potential fields of research in the course 833 Global Challenges-Being we quickly found organ donation to be an interesting subject matter. This is something...
Sex education is not good enough. How do we know? We have experienced it ourselves and today we work with youths that are still experiencing it.
While a deadly pandemic has struck the world, politicians, epidemiologists and social media users have confused the public by giving contradictory statements regarding the virus and what...
Every week, one person in Sweden dies whilst waiting for a donated organ. Today there are approximately 859 people on the waiting list.
What does BLOOD mean to us? B:e aware. L:earn the facts. O:ffer to help. O:vercome the fear. D:onate.
Everyday the healthcare in Stockholm uses 100 litres of blood to save lives of people who have been through experiences such as life threatening accidents, child births and cancer.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic there is an acute shortage of protective equipment in the Swedish health care and elderly care sectors.
There is a global health crisis of inactivity. Through the urbanization and technical revolution, our societies have departed from our biology leaving us unhealthy – and it’s urgent.
Another Breath is a project devoted to raising awareness about, and preventing drowning, the third leading cause of accidental deaths in the world.
In today's society young people exercise less, spend more time on their phones and mental illness among them has steadily increased.