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International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Thursday, 18.04.2019, 23:47

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Tampere healthcare managers looking at services offered to elderly in Tartu

Tampere healthcare managers looking at services offered to elderly in Tartu

28.03.2019

An 18-strong delegation from the Finnish city of Tampere is visiting Tartu to look at the organization of social and healthcare services in Estonia's second biggest city, reported LETA/BNS.

Keyword tags: Cooperation, Estonia, EU – Baltic States, Health



Lithuania's ForMin recommends getting measles vaccine before going to Ukraine

Lithuania's ForMin recommends getting measles vaccine before going to Ukraine

25.03.2019

Lithuania's Ministry of Foreign Affairs recommends getting immunized against measles for those planning to travel to Ukraine where an outbreak of the disease has been recorded, informed LETA/BNS.

UK wellness startup Urban set to open office in Vilnius

UK wellness startup Urban set to open office in Vilnius

20.03.2019

US wellness startup Urban is set to open a development office in Vilnius in the near future, Invest Lithuania said.


Madara Cosmetics posts EUR 1.496 mln in preliminary 2018 profit

Madara Cosmetics posts EUR 1.496 mln in preliminary 2018 profit

27.02.2019

Latvian cosmetics group Madara Cosmetics turned over EUR 9.514 mln last year, which is an increase of 28.5 % against 2017, while the group’s profit grew 20% y-o-y to EUR 1.496 mln, according to preliminary data provided by the company to Nasdaq Riga.

Latvia has highest share of children with unmet needs for dental care in EU

Latvia has highest share of children with unmet needs for dental care in EU

15.02.2019

In the European Union (EU) in 2017, 1.8% of children aged below 16 had medical needs that were not treated. This share was slightly higher for children living in households with one adult (2.2%) compared to those sharing households with two or more adults (1.8%), informed Eurostat.


08.02.2019

More than 95% of children in the EU considered to be in good or very good health

In 2017, more than 95% of children in the European Union (EU) were considered to be in good or very good general health. This percentage changes only slightly by age group, from 96.5% for those aged under five, to 95.9% for those aged five to nine and 95.2% for those aged ten to fifteen. The percentage of children whose general health was considered to be bad or very bad was under 1% for all age groups, reported Eurostat.

05.02.2019

Eurostat: Latvia had the lowest number of healthy life years for women and men in EU

In 2016, the number of years a person is expected to continue to live in a healthy condition at birth in the European Union (EU) was estimated to be 64.2 years for women and 63.5 years for men. This represented approximately 77% and 81% of the total life expectancy for women and men respectively, informed Eurostat.

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