"the Risk of a child dying in the stomach is significantly higher in Sweden than in Stockholm, according to a study that the national Board of health made. "
"are born Each year an average of four dead children per 1 000 children born in Sweden. "
"On behalf of the government the national Board of health and professor of clinical epidemiology at Lund university, and his colleague Anastasia Nyman compared all the regions and county councils of Stockholm, which is the largest county council in order to see if there are regional differences. "
"– Then you can clearly see that there are statistically significant differences between the different regions, even if one takes into account various risk factors. This ensures that the risk of dödföddhet in, for example, Region Skåne is 25 per cent higher than in Stockholm, " says Karin Källén, to Sydsvenskan. "
"In the county of Östergötland is the 50 per cent higher, while in the Western Region is 30% higher, compared with Stockholm."