The Groningen Health Service in Friesland (GGD Friesland) wants the eggs, produced by hobby farmers, to be examined for dioxin in a national study. The GGD has reason to believe the high levels of dioxin are not only limited to Harlingen.
Police in The Hague manhandled 17-year-old diabetes patient Yosra Aajir because she was caught injecting insulin in a HEMA.
The Red Cross wants to supply all Dutch with a first aid card, containing important medical information for first aid responders, states the new CEO, Gijs de Vries, to ANP (Netherlands national news agency).
The Dutch Healthcare Authority has decided to reduce the fees psychiatrists charge for driver's license checks after many complaints, Nos reported on Friday.
Dutch health insurance firm Achmea is reclaiming €4 million from more than 1,000 dentists.
Bakkersland, the largest industrial bakery company in the Netherlands, admitted that asbestos released in ovens at its factories in recent years.
KWF (Dutch Cancer Society) provides psychological researchers from the University Medical Center Groningen (UMCG) with a grant of 1.1 million euros for research on mindfulness and behavioral therapy in cancer patients with depression. The research should lead to a tailored, personal advice for cancer patients.
Some 15,000 are expected to be disqualified for nursing home due to new stricter standards, the AD reports on Tuesday.
Researchers have developed supplements that stimulate energy usage, resulting in possible weight loss.
More and more people opt to donate a kidney to a stranger during the course of their lives. In 2007 there were only 6 so-called "altruistic" donors, in 2013 that number increased to 41.
Three cardiac surgeons from the Netherlands will perform 25 heart operations in Belarus.
Residents of the Caribbean island St. Martin are called upon to do everything in their power to prevent further spreading of the Chikungunya virus by mosquitos.
A new research reveals that 81% of parents want their younger teens should be allowed to continue drinking alcohol.
One in ten people in the Netherlands suffered from depression in 2012, according to figures the Central Bureau of Statistics
The Dutch Burn Centre will gain access to a 3D printer to aid in the recovery of serious injuries. The printer can be used to reconstruct noses and ears, using the victim's body cells.
Health Minister Edith Schippers has decided to allow pregnant women to take a new DNA blood test to check whether their child has Down syndrome, the Volkskrant reports citing Reuters.
Care organization Careyn is cutting 650 full-time jobs as a result of a reorganization plan, Nos reports.
The CEO of the French PIP breast implant manufacturing company, who also supplied implants for Dutch women, has been sentenced to four years in prison, announced the court in Marseille. Jean-Claude has been found guilty of serious deception and fraud.
The Lancet medical journal recently released new figures showing that cancer survival rate in the Netherlands is lower than in many of surrounding countries, the Volkskrant reports.
A majority of parliament wants the legal age for buying an e-cigarette to go up to 18. VVD and PvdA call on the government to introduce a minimum age.
60 percent of young people between 20 and 24 who go out, used ecstasy at least once in the last year, according to new research from the Trimbos Institute.
The KWF foundation against cancer wants cigarette packs in the Netherlands to all have the same brown-green color. Packets should no longer carry brand symbols, but large health warnings instead, according to KWF.
Bird flu was detected at a poultry farm in the province of Groningen. All 10,000 laying hens on the farm in St. Annen were eliminated.