The fourth edition of Shape is focused on menstruation and how more knowledge about the hormone cycle might change the world of sports. Also, research about PMS, the recipe for longer life, dogs that find spruce bark beetles and how SCAs report "Hygiene Matters" was released at the UN in New York. This and much more...
Shape is a magazine from SCA primarily geared toward customers, shareholders and analysts, but also for journalists, opinion leaders and others interested in SCA’s business and development. Shape is published four times a year. Shape is also available in Swedish, Spanish, German, French, Dutch and Italian.
Some of the contents for Shape No.4/2016:
06. TRAINING WITH MENSTRUATION
Can the menstrual cycle have a positive impact on training? More knowledge about the hormone cycle might change the world of sports.
6. “AN ISSUE FOR ALL SPORTS”
Swedish football star Lotta Schelin wants to talk openly about blood, pain and periods in sports on all levels.
20. PMS? TIME FOR CHOCOLATE
Many women suffer from PMS every month, but more researchers are taking the problems seriously, and help may be on the way.
23. SHAKESPEARE IN PARIS
The quaintest bookstore is located by the river Seine in Paris. Here people read, sleep and mingle with other tourists.
24. RECIPE FOR A LONG LIFE
In four regions of the world people get exceptionally old. Shape reveals their secrets.
31. A NOSE TO ENVY
A dog’s nose can trace the spruce bark beetle better and faster than any human. Aska helps to save timber value for both private forest owners and SCA.
36. HYGIENE MATTERS AT THE UN
The 2016 Hygiene Matters report was launched at the UN in New York.
38. STRONG LINK TO THE FOREST
Ulf Larsson is linked to the forest in many ways. If everything goes according to plan, he’ll become CEO of the listed forest products company SCA.
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