Long-term disruption of day/night rhythms increases risk of breast cancer and leads to gain in bodyweight
Long-term disruption of day/night rhythms leads to an increase in breast cancer risk and bodyweight in mice susceptible to breast cancer.
It is expected that over the coming month, around half a million people will be bitten by a tick. Last month, considerably more tick bites have been reported compared to previous years.
RIVM congratulates Professor Dick van Soolingen, who was presented the highly coveted Gardner Middlebrook Award.
In our annual report, we look back at compelling RIVM projects and research in 2014.
On 1 July, Prof. Dr Marc Bonten, Clinical Microbiologist, took office as a top academic staff member at the RIVM Centre for Infectious Disease Control.
The National Heat Plan became active in the Netherlands on June 30th. This means that it is necessary to take preventive health measures for vulnerable groups.
Nanotechnology offers improved options for the diagnosis and treatment of cancer.
'I want to know the story behind an epidemic'. Interview with Jaap van Dissel, Director of RIVM Centre for Infectious Disease Control.
January 19 - 25 European Cervical Cancer Prevention Week.