Health effects due to titanium nanoparticles in food and toothpaste cannot be excluded
Health effects due to exposure to titanium dioxide nanoparticles via food, food supplements and toothpaste cannot be excluded.
Last winter season, the duration and severity of the influenza epidemic was moderate compared to previous years.
The Health in All Policies (HiAP) approach involves multiple policy sectors collaborating for promoting and protecting population’s health and addressing health inequalities.
To assess the effects on the health of users of alternative tobacco products, more knowledge is required about the composition of the product, the smoker’s behaviour (such as the amount of cigarett
The determination of radon in a number of groundwater and finished drinking water samples from the Dutch provinces Overijssel and Limburg show a low level of radon.
Addition of an extra adjuvant (additive) to the current pertussis vaccines could enhance the effectivity of these vaccines.
On 14 and 15 April the European directors of national public health institutes (NPHIs) are present in Bilthoven to share knowledge, discuss topical issues and identify areas where a joint approach
Younger generations are more at risk of developing health problems due to obesity and high blood pressure than previous generations.
Among people aged 25 and older who have completed primary education at most, one-quarter are obese (seriously overweight). Among university graduates this figure is 6 percent.