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.
Interesting times we are living in, but we don’t need to tell you that! The Coronavirus (COVID-19) seems to be everywhere, bringing typical levels of alarm across the world. Much of this is valid, rooted in medical fact. Unfortunately, there are a lot of myths circulating as well.
One of the things that 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? Where do you go? How does the administration work? Is a trip to the hospital covered by your insurance?
Regular trips to the dentist are obviously essential for the health of your teeth. But dental repairs can be expensive, even from dentists in the Netherlands. As prevention is better than cure, it is very possible to avoid cavities, tooth decay, gum inflammation, and other such problems altogether. This will, in turn, reduce those painful…
Growing up, you will have been taught about the importance of brushing your teeth. But, did you ever think that simply by brushing, you could be doing damage instead of good? Believe it or not, there is a right way and a wrong way to brush your teeth. Poor dental hygiene doesn’t just lead to…
It seems like the internet offers new solutions for healthy teeth every day. But no matter how hard we try, we still need to go to the dentist.
Helping your children to adopt a good oral hygiene routine is probably one of the best things you can do for their lifelong general health. The quality of your child’s health as they grow is deeply connected to their oral hygiene.