Anyone with a family knows the scenario all too well: a child brings home a cold from school or nursery and soon the whole family has a cold, cough and sore throat. But this doesn’t necessarily have to be the case. This article looks at the different ways families can protect themselves against colds and what to do in the event that everyone does catch a cold.
They are virtually a must at every fair and are a delight for young and old alike: caramelised almonds. But what to do when there’s currently neither fair nor market nearby? Just make them at home! It’s really quite simple – we’ll show you how.
Rainy days open up a source of joy and discovery for children as they jump through puddles in wellies and get enchanted by the raindrops. But wet and rainy days are also often a challenge, especially when it comes to keeping children healthy. Wetness and humidity can affect the immune system and lead to colds, flu or other health problems.
From weather-appropriate clothing to creative activities and fun rain games: discover practical advice in this article to make rainy days a memorable time for your kids without losing sight of their health.
With its beautiful, long days and many hours of sunshine, summer makes us happy. The warm rays of the sun not only increase our well-being, they also play an enormous role in photosynthesis and make life on our planet possible in the first place. However, it is important to be aware of the dangers of ultraviolet radiation (UV radiation) so that we can consciously protect ourselves from it. This is especially crucial for children. In this article you will learn about the dangers for your children’s sensitive skin and how you can protect them so that they can enjoy the summer carefree.
Staying in Switzerland during the summer holidays is not only good for nature and your bank account, but also allows you to spend a few relaxing and stress-free weeks with your family in your home town. In the following article, we present some ideas that will make your next staycation an unforgettable event.