Food for thought: dietary and health trends in the NetherlandsArticles
These are just some findings in the book Food for thought: dietary and health trends in the Netherlands, published today.
Life expectancy gap between Dutch women and women elsewhere in Europe wideningArticles
Male life expectancy at birth for boys in the Netherlands was 79.9 years (2014). Male life expectancy is marginally higher in Norway, Sweden, Italy, Spain and Switzerland. Dutch girls have 83.3 years ahead...
54 percent of deaths in 2019 caused by cancer or CVDArticles
In 2019, mortality in the Netherlands stood at 151,885. This is nearly 1,500 fewer deaths than in the previous year.
Relationship between perception of health and chance of employment (Dutch only)Figures
Custom-made tables on the relationship between chronic illness, perception of health and chance of employment, corrected for demographic characteristics and other determinants for chance of employment....
The need for timely official statisticsPublications
This paper discusses how Statistics Netherlands managed to respond quickly with a range of new outputs following the outbreak of the covid-19 pandemic. First, it describes the innovation process and the...
The Netherlands in numbers, 2021 editionPublications
The Netherlands in numbers (2021 edition) answers 36 questions about our country by means of images and text.
Internationalisation Monitor 2021, third quarter – Non-tariff measuresPublications
In this Monitor, we offer insight into what NTMs mean in general and to Dutch trade in particular; the effects of NTMs on product quality and costs, and the extent to which NTM-related costs affect the...
Deaths by medical end-of-life decision; age, cause of deathFigures
Deaths by medical end-of-life decision, age and cause of death
Caribbean NL: health and disorders; personal characteristicsFigures
Perceived health, chronic disorders Sex, age, educational level
Working with sensors to measure healthArticles
Sensors are accurate, which is why Statistics Netherlands (CBS) is exploring various ways to implement them – e.g. as a substitute for survey questionnaires
Health problems tackled with sensorsArticles
The participants were asked to develop a sensor which could measure the various aspects of physically straining work
Climate change is firmly on the agenda in ZwolleArticles
What existing data can be used to adapt to climate change, and what new data in this field does the region of Zwolle need most?
Concentrations of particulate matter in urban areasOther
Annual average concentrations of particulate matter (PM10) in urban areas are decreasing since the year 2000.
6 in 10 Caribbean Dutch are overweightArticles
Smoking behaviour, alcohol consumption, physical activity and obesity by sex and age, per municipality in the Caribbean Netherlands, 2017
Particulate matter emissions caused by business activityOther
Between 2000 and 2016, emissions of particulate matter (PM10) caused by Dutch business activity fell by more than 41 percent, while GDP increased.
Type 2 diabetes often linked to cardiovascular diseaseArticles
People aged 45 and over with type 2 diabetes are more likely to suffer from other long-term disorders.
One in ten deaths attributed to dementiaArticles
Dementia was again the main cause of death in 2016 with over 15 thousand related cases.
First Academic Data Centre launched in GroningenArticles
a more efficient form of collaboration and specifically work together in the disciplines of methodology and data science
CBS and VU Amsterdam: progress through cooperationArticles
techniques such as ‘distributed analytics’ for collective analysis of multiple data sources
Health, lifestyle, use of medical facilities; 2000-2009Figures
Medical consumption, health and disorders, physical impediments and lifestyle by characteristics of the consumer.
Toward a data-driven European economyArticles
The European Data Forum in Eindhoven brought together big data experts
State of health of the Dutch populationFigures
Health perception, height, obesity, health complaints, physical limitations, psychosocial complaints by sex, type of insurance,
Health, disorders, limitations; sex and age, 2010-2013Figures
Perceived state of health, chronic disorders, functional limitations, mental complaints, infectious diseases; by sex and age
Army medical statistics: a 19th century mine of informationArticles
We use statistics to build up our knowledge about society. This is an age-old idea of what statistics are for. In the words of Jan Ackersdyck, professor of statistics in Utrecht in the mid-19th century,...