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Supermarket chains Albert Heijn, Colruyt and Delhaize have preventively removed eggs from their Belgian stores after a slightly increased concentration of toxic fipronil was discovered
Belgian piglets have been given a controversial drug since 2013 that, according to experts, is harmful to humans and the environment, report Het Laatste Nieuws and De Morg
In the Brussels-Capital Region, 1,500 people, on average, die every year due to the effects of tobacco use, which makes smoking the main cause of death in the capital.
Belgium is experiencing a measles outbreak, especially in Wallonia, write various Belgian media.
The World Health Organization (WHO) on Wednesday presented its annual global compilation of health statistics in Geneva.
Bees are crucial for pollination and thus the survival of numerous fruit and vegetables, but in urbanised areas of Belgium, it is increasingly difficult for them to survive.
Fine particulate matter concentrations in Brussels are highest in Rue de la Loi and in the municipality of Forest, according to a study by University of Antwerp professor Roeland Samso
The number of people diagnosed with burnout has doubled in the past five years in Belgium, according to the national institute for health and disability insurance (Inami).
From 2017, HIV patients in Belgium will have access to the medicines needed to start antiretroviral therapy immediately after diagnosis, decided federal public health minister Maggie D