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December 28, 1987
A 15-year study of more than 45,000 Swedish soldiers suggests that heavy marijuana users are six times more likely than non-users to develop schizophrenia. The authors of the study said the statistical association between schizophrenia and marijuana does not necessarily mean that the drug causes schizophrenia. "Cannabis consumption might, on the contrary, be caused by an emerging schizophrenia," the researchers said in a report in Lancet, a British medical journal. Dr.
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NEWS
July 6, 1988 | From Reuters
A Swedish air force pilot escaped unhurt when his fighter jet crashed into the Baltic off the Swedish island of Gotska Sandon on Tuesday, a military spokesman said.
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NEWS
July 6, 1988 | From Reuters
A Swedish air force pilot escaped unhurt when his fighter jet crashed into the Baltic off the Swedish island of Gotska Sandon on Tuesday, a military spokesman said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 28, 1987
A 15-year study of more than 45,000 Swedish soldiers suggests that heavy marijuana users are six times more likely than non-users to develop schizophrenia. The authors of the study said the statistical association between schizophrenia and marijuana does not necessarily mean that the drug causes schizophrenia. "Cannabis consumption might, on the contrary, be caused by an emerging schizophrenia," the researchers said in a report in Lancet, a British medical journal. Dr.
WORLD
May 15, 2007 | From Times Wire Reports
A Swedish military officer is suspected of leaking classified information about NATO's peacekeeping operations in Kosovo to an alleged Serbian spy she was dating, Sweden's armed forces said. The woman, who was not identified, allegedly sent e-mails to the Serb, a man identified only as Z, who worked as an interpreter for the United Nations in Kosovo, the military said. The alleged spy was questioned but later disappeared, the military said. It was unclear for whom he worked.
HEALTH
October 30, 2000 | Rosie Mestel
In spirit with the season, we'd like to say a couple of words about the noble vampire bat. Noble? Well, maybe not noble. But the bats, unlike the vast majority of animals, form favor-swapping friendships rather like human ones. Say a bat is hungry because it didn't find a neck to bite that night. Well, another bat will spit up some of the blood it scored and give its famished pal a feed. Bat pals also hang out together and indulge in mutual grooming.
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