Health, lifestyle, health care use and supply, causes of death; from 1900Figures
Health status, lifestyle, use of health care services, care supply, (healthy) life expectancy and causes of death
Obesity, smoking and drinking hardly down since 2018Articles
In 2021, half of the adult population in the Netherlands were overweight. This is the same as in 2018 at the start of the National Prevention Agreement.
Health, lifestyle, health care use and supply, causes of death; key figuresFigures
Birth, death, life expectancy, health and disease, use of health care services, education and labour market, costs of care, care providers
Life style and (preventive) health examination; personal characteristicsFigures
Smoking, alcohol and drug use, being overweight, physical activity, sexual health, nutrition, health examination, giving informal care.
221 thousand children at risk of poverty, lowest number in 25 yearsArticles
Last year, 221 thousand minors in the Netherlands were living in low-income households, the lowest number in 25 years.
Most young people rate their health as goodArticles
In the period 2019 to 2020, the vast majority of young people between the ages of 4 and 25 perceived their own health as good or very good.
Number of adult smokers down in 2020Articles
In 2020, 20 percent of the Dutch adult population indicated they smoked occasionally.
More online searches for health and lifestyle informationArticles
In the first six months of 2020, nearly 80 percent of the Dutch population aged 12 years and over used the internet to search for health information, book appointments with their general practitioner or...
Health and health care; personal characteristicsFigures
Health, chronic disorders, use of health care sex, age, eduational level, ethnicity, income level
More people feeling healthy in Q2 2020Articles
In the second quarter of this year, 82 percent of the population were positive about their own health. This share was 78 percent in the same quarter of the three previous years.
Annual Report Youth Monitor 2020 SummaryPublications
This Annual Report Youth Monitor 2020 Summary explores the situation of young people in the Kingdom of the Netherlands.
Satellite account for culture and media 2018Publications
Besides the contribution of culture and media to the Dutch economy and the different good, services and branches of industry playing a part here, the cultural and media goods and services are grouped into...
Half of Dutch population meet physical activity guidelinesArticles
In 2019, almost half of the Dutch population aged 4 years and over complied with the standards for physical activity as set by the Health Council of the Netherlands.
Since 1981, people have become taller and heavierArticles
In 2018, the average height of Dutch men aged 20 years and over stood at 1.81 metres; for women the average height was 1.67 metres. Since 1981, the average body height has increased by 3.8 cm for men and...
Manual retail price observations discontinuedArticles
Manual retail price observations discontinued
45 percent of young people see pollution as a problemArticles
The majority of 18 to 24-year-olds believe that things are heading in the right direction in the Netherlands. They do not consider social issues such as crime, a multicultural society, population density...
TNO and CBS are joining forces on transparent and verifiable AI useArticles
TNO and CBS are joining forces on transparent and verifiable AI use
Annual Report Youth Monitor 2019 SummaryPublications
This Annual Report Youth Monitor 2019 Summary explores the situation of young people in the Kingdom of the Netherlands.
Caribbean NL: lifestyle; personal characteristicsFigures
Smoking, alcohol, height and weight, contraceptive pill Sex, age, educational level
The Netherlands in Numbers, 2020Publications
The Netherlands in Numbers, 2020 is the successor to Trends in the Netherlands and the Statistical Yearbooks and Pocket Books.
Caribbean NL: health and disorders; personal characteristicsFigures
Perceived health, chronic disorders Sex, age, educational level
Caribbean NL: medical contacts, medicines; personal characteristicsFigures
GP, specialist, dentist, fysiotherapist, hospitalisation, medicine use Sex, age, educational level