Researchers at the Institute of Life Sciences of the Université Catholique de Louvain (UCL- Catholic University of Louvain) have just registered a scientific breakthrough that paves the way for new antibacterial treatments.
Doctor’s appointments will be reimbursed more quickly from the 6th of February.
The Federal Government’s bill aimed at reforming emergency medical assistance for undocumented or homeless persons was sharply criticized by the opposition at a parliamentary commission on Tuesday.
The Fipronill egg scandal has led to more than 77,375,000 eggs being destroyed and 1,900,000 chickens being euthanized, according to the Federal Agricultural Minister Denis Ducarne.
Between the 8th and 14th of January, 160 out of every 100,000 inhabitants of Belgium consulted a general practitioner because of a flu syndrome, a ratio that is slightly above the epidemic threshold of 141 consultations per 100,000 inhabitants, the Scientific Institute of Public Health, ISP disclosed on Wednesday.
Knee replacements cost Social Security a lot of money.
"Exposure to pesticides could be more considerable and widespread than suspected,” Wallonia’s Environment Minister Carlo Di Antonio said on Friday, announcing that a study had been launched to assess its extent.
Wallonia’s government on Thursday adopted a draft decree that will gradually ban private diesel-powered vehicles in their current technological design from the region’s roads. The draft was passed at its first reading.
The Public Health Minister Maggie De Block (Open VLD) wants pregnant women to be able to work longer.
Health insurers know all about the increase in additional fees for private rooms, says Doctor’s Union Absym.