The University of Antwerp is spearheading the most extensive citizen survey ever conducted on sound levels in Flanders. Commencing this Tuesday, The Great Sound Survey invites individuals

Flanders' nursing homes will require an additional 7,000 rooms by 2030 to accommodate the growing elderly population, revealed Margot Cloet, head of the umbrella organization

In the first quarter of 2023, Portugal experienced more than 400 accidents related to bicycles and scooters. The Portuguese Association of Insurers (APS) has recognized the


In response to the growing concerns about climate change and its potential impacts on pear production, KU Leuven, a prominent Flemish university, has embarked on a


A woman has tragically succumbed to botulism, a rare but severe neurological illness, after consuming sardines at a restaurant in Bordeaux, France. French health officials have reported that


A recent study conducted by the public health institute Sciensano has unveiled an uneven distribution of healthy and unhealthy foods within Flemish supermarkets, as


Poland's President, Andrzej Duda, has endorsed a legislative proposal that will provide free medicines to children and young individuals up to the age of 18, as well as senior


President Andrzej Duda of Poland has signed a law that prohibits individuals under the age of 18 from purchasing energy drinks. The ban, initially proposed by the sports


Social Affairs and Public Health Minister, Frank Vandenbroucke, has initiated contact with Romanian authorities to address concerns over the authenticity of dental diplomas, following reports of


Reports from citizens have indicated that the tiger mosquito has managed to survive the harsh Belgian winter, marking a significant phase in its invasive presence, as