Living a well-balanced life is fundamental to our overall health, happiness, and wellbeing, as we explored in our mental health tips for expats.
A just-completed US trial has found the Pfizer-BioNTech’s COVID-19 vaccine is effective in children ages 12 – 15.
One of the things you never want in a country you have just moved to is an urgent need for emergency health treatment. It’s Saturday – who do you call?
Efficient and reliable testing is vital in preventing the spread of coronavirus. Identifying cases, especially in the early stages, allows individuals to isolate and reduce the chance of passing it on.
Becoming an expat literally means receiving a clean slate to create your life from scratch and redefine your identity. It’s a chance to expand horizons and gain new, exciting experiences, but – as many of us can confirm – changing countries is not always smooth sailing.
Starting a family can be an overwhelming experience. While every little step is exciting and worth looking forward to, it takes each expecting couple on a whole new adventure – something they can cherish for a lifetime.
When expats in the Netherlands consider what they can learn from their host country, they’ll probably think of gezelligheid, cycling, or raising happy kids.
May 11 saw the Netherlands emerge from its seven-week “intelligent lockdown” caused by the global coronavirus pandemic.
We spend most of our lives sitting down. But this sedentary lifestyle can leave us slouching, stiff, and even injured. There are hundreds of reasons why you need better posture, and thankfully, plenty of ways to correct your posture today.
The Netherlands has been in an intelligent lockdown for about 7 weeks now due to the novel Coronavirus. On Wednesday, May 6th, 2020 Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte announced new Coronavirus measures which indicate the lockdown which has slowed the Dutch economy may be coming to an end.