'Aerotoxic syndrome' has raised concerns in the Netherlands.
The Dutch Food and Consumer Product Safety Authority (De Nederlandse Voedsel- en Warenautoriteit / NVWA) advises the consumer of Dexaprine-slimming tablets to stop taking the medication immediately.
A report from AMC (Academisch Medisch Centrum) in Amsterdam on Friday reveals that for the first time in the Netherlands, a patient has been treated for an infection caused by bacterium Borrelia miyamotoi following a tick bite.
A latest study from the Netherlands found that feeling incapable at work may decrease one's chances of achieving professional accomplishment and personal happiness.
Dutch Prince Johan Friso’s death did not come as a surprise for many as they seem to have expected it for quite sometime.
National Heart Foundation of Australia’s recent study found that a broken heart can take a life while severe work stress may cause a fewer risks.
A new study shows that surviving traumatic events could be beneficial in prolonging one’s life.
From September 1 to October 31, Amsterdam will play host to the European Cancer Congress 2013.
Soon-to-be mothers in Amsterdam are participating in activities and exercises during pregnancy to help them stay fit.
Total Body Scan or ‘Full-Body Scan’ is a painless, non-invasive diagnostic procedure which makes use of computed tomography (CT) to obtain thin, cross-sectional, detailed X-ray images of your body. It can either be a preventive or a proactive step for any health-conscious individual.
For older people, a daily dose of Vitamin D can be beneficial in maintaining a fit and active lifestyle and in preventing physical problems.
Based on a latest study, the consumption of foods that have low nutritional value, usually in the form of instant, packaged snacks are associated to colorectal cancer risk.
An adequate (7 or more hours) sleep at night is good for the heart, according to researchers in the Netherlands.
Certain groups of children will soon be invited to an extra vaccination against measles. That announced the National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM) on Monday.
Based on a clinical test, statins, which are drugs to help lower cholesterol levels, has been proved beneficial in preventing Alzheimer’s. A recent study in the Netherlands has confirmed its positive effects, especially in slowing down the progression of Alzheimer’s disease.