Antimicrobial resistance in the Netherlands is remaining reasonably stable
Antimicrobial resistance is increasing on a global level. It is difficult to treat infections caused by resistant bacteria.
Possible health risks due to exposure to chromium-6 at tROM project Tilburg
Research by RIVM shows that the participants in the so-called tROM project, their supervisors and other people involved may have been exposed to chromium-6.
Disease burden and cost-of-illness of food-related pathogens in the Netherlands
Each year, RIVM presents an update on the number of illnesses caused by 14 enteric pathogens (such as Salmonella, Campylobacter or Listeria) that can be transmitted by food into the human body.
Safe, healthy and sustainable diets in the Netherlands: opportunities for integrated policy
The Netherlands aims to take the lead in the international ambition for a healthy, sustainable and safe dietary pattern.
International Salmonella outbreak seems to have been resolved
There has been an ongoing outbreak of Salmonella enteritidis in Europe since 2015. It has also been present in the Netherlands since May 2016.
WHO’s first ever global estimates of foodborne diseases: children under five account for almost one third of deaths
Almost one third (30%) of all deaths from foodborne diseases are in children under the age of five years, despite the fact that they make up only 9% of the global population.
More people fall sick despite the decrease of outbreaks of food-borne infections
In 2014, fewer outbreaks of food-borne infections and food poisoning occurred in relation to previous years.