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  • With Diabetes, you do not have to stand alone
    • 06 April 2020
    • Health
      Diabetes is a condition where your body either does not produce enough insulin (type 1) or cannot use the insulin it produces (type 2). There is also gestational diabetes which occurs during the pregnancy. With over 463 million adults living with diabetes, chances are it affects you or someone you know. In 2019, diabetes […]
  • From Expat kids to Third-Culture kids
    • 02 April 2020
    • Expat life
      Out of the many concerns expat parents have, certainly the most untold one is related to how it is like to raise a third culture kid. Beyond the commonly asked questions (such as “Is this country family-friendly? Does this country offer a good environment to raise my child? What about the school system here?”), […]
  • All about Hypertension
    • 30 March 2020
    • Health
      Hypertension is a serious medical condition that significantly increases the risk of heart, brain, kidney and other diseases. An estimated 1.13 billion people worldwide have hypertension. Hypertension is the major cause of premature death worldwide. One of the global targets is to reduce the prevalence of hypertension by 25% by 2025. (Source: https://www.who.int/news-room/fact-sheets/detail/hypertension) It […]
  • Top 5 Benefits of Sport on our Health
    • 27 March 2020
    • Health
    • Lifestyle
      Specialists keep stressing the fact that sport directly improves our health. It influences our mental health, in addition to many other positive impacts it has on the human body. Physical exercise not only maintains the body shape, but also plays a major role in prevention against diseases, memory loss, cholesterol or diabetes. We are […]
  • COVID-19: Home office and service continuity plan
    • 25 March 2020
    • Coronavirus
    • Foyer Global Health
    • News
      Dear valued clients and partners, It is now a week since we started servicing clients and partners from our respective homes. We only had 24 hours to setup a service and business continuity plan and, together, we truly did magic. Today, 100% of our staff and colleagues are operating remotely, close to their family […]
  • Understanding Anxiety and Depression to Live Life to the Fullest
    • 23 March 2020
    • Health
    Anxiety is one of the most common mental disorder. It can be occasional, but it can also quickly become pathological if it gets chronic. In most cases, it occurs after a stressful situation or an unexpected event generating fear, stress and anxiety. Depression is a different disorder, but the symptoms may coincide with those of […]
  • COVID-19: You are in safe hands with Foyer Global Health
    • 19 March 2020
    • Coronavirus
    • Foyer Global Health
    • Health
    • Insurance
    In the context of the coronavirus outbreak, many people contacted us with questions related to how Foyer Global Health insurance plans are covering COVID-19 infection. We fully understand this is a major concern for most of you and here is a clear and official statement on it.   If you are already a client of […]
  • COVID-19: We remain operational 24/7
    • 18 March 2020
    • Coronavirus
    • Foyer Global Health
    • Health
    • News
    Dear Foyer clients and business partners,   No matter where you are, we know COVID-19 now affects everyone, and we hope that you are taking care of yourself and your family. Our updated situation here in Luxembourg is 200 confirmed cases of coronavirus and 2 deaths. The Grand Duchy went on lockdown last Sunday and […]
  • Overcoming Fears of Moving Abroad
    • 16 March 2020
    • Expat life
    Sindy, blogger at My Life in Germany, shares her expat experience with us and how she felt when she moved abroad. She gives you in her story useful advice to prepare and ease your relocation:   Moving abroad is a dream for many people. Nevertheless, there are usually fears associated with the move. When I […]
  • All about Repatriation and Evacuation Assistance
    • 11 March 2020
    • Health
    • Insurance
    Do I really need repatriation and evacuation assistance? When you take the decision to live abroad, having emergency repatriation assistance (also called medical insurance) is a necessity in case of accident or illness. Bear in mind that the public health system in your home country may offer quality services and coverage, but this is certainly […]