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The non-fatal burden of cancer in Belgium, 2004–2019: a nationwide registry-based study

importance of assessing and monitoring the health status of a population has grown in the last decades. Consistent and high quality data on the morbidity and mortality impact of a disease represent the key ...

Residential Exposure to Urban Trees and Medication Sales for Mood Disorders and Cardiovascular Disease in Brussels, Belgium: An Ecological Study

and for men and women. All models were adjusted for indicators of area-level socioeconomic status. Results: Single-factor models showed that higher stem densities and higher crown volumes are both ...

Urban environment and mental health: the NAMED project, protocol for a mixed-method study

Brussels urban population associations between the urban residential environment and mental health, taking respondents’ socioeconomic status and physical health into account. Mental health is determined by ...

Association between urban environment and mental health in Brussels, Belgium

residence and processed using Geographical Information Systems (GIS). Mental health status was approached through several validated indicators: the Symptom Checklist-90-R subscales for depressive, anxiety and ...

All-cause mortality supports the COVID-19 mortality in Belgium and comparison with major fatal events of the last century.

Herman Van Oyen; Françoise Renard Source: Arch Public Health, Volume 78, Issue 1 (2020) Keywords: COVID-19 mortality Excess mortality Surveillance Abstract: BACKGROUND: The COVID-19 mortality rate in ...

Environmental exposures and health behavior in association with mental health: a study design.

a subsample of the Belgian 2018 Health Interview Survey (BHIS). Mental health indicators including psychological and severe psychological distress, life satisfaction, vitality, eating disorders, suicidal ...

Benchmarking food environment policies for the prevention of diet-related non-communicable diseases in Kenya: National expert panel's assessment and priority recommendations.

Vandevijvere; Michelle Holdsworth Source: PLoS One, Volume 15, Issue 8 (2020) Keywords: Benchmarking Diet, Healthy Government health promotion Humans KENYA noncommunicable diseases Nutrition Policy policy making ...

Streptococcus pyogenes infections with limited emm-type diversity in the homeless population of Brussels, 2016-2018.

laboratory-confirmed Streptococcus pyogenes (group A Streptococcus, GAS) infections among inpatients hospitalized at a tertiary level hospital in Brussels, Belgium, according to the patients’ housing status (homeless ...

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