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Sunglasses look great on babies and children – so cute! - but there are so many more important reasons for them to wear sunnies, especially in New Zealand’s high UV environment.
Growing maintenance costs of ageing school pools are putting potentially life-saving swimming lessons out of the reach of thousands of Kiwi youth according to an industry expert.
When you are pregnant it is important to ensure that the food you are eating is safe for you and your developing baby. Find out what foods to avoid and how to ensure the food you are eating is safe.
Keeping on top of hand hygiene while you're out and about can help to protect the family and keep the fun rolling all summer long.
Summer is when New Zealander's love to share food but it's also a time when good food handling and cooking techniques are essential. Read our top tips for food safety this summer.
Camping holidays are a great way for the family to spend relaxing time together but don't forget that all-important hand hygiene.
Make the most of a Summer Christmas with gifts tailored to the season. With outdoor games, pool accessories, beach day must-haves and more, we have gift ideas for the whole family.
With warmer weather on the horizon and a host of social events on the calendar, we’ve debunked a bunch of self tan myths so you can DIY at home and step out and exude a healthy, faux glow – minimal fuss (or time) required.
Here are some fun things kids of all abilities can do during warm weather (and they may even learn something new at the same time!).
Most Kiwis know the sun safety rules, but knowing when to effect them can be confusing, especially if it's a cooler day, there's cloud cover, or it's outside of the summer season.
Summer is here and making a splash - but is your family water-safe? YMCA Swim School shares ten tips for swimming safe this summer.
New research has revealed that New Zealanders are only protecting themselves from the summer sun for half the time spent in the sun. Day-to-day life is where New Zealanders are leaving themselves most at risk.
Your facial skin is thinner and more delicate than the skin on the rest of your body and is consistently exposed to UV. This means that your facial skin can be more sensitive, prone to dryness and irritation which is why it needs a lot of protection and care.
If you're a beetroot or prawn fan you cannot go past this recipe for a delicious healthy salad at lunch, brunch or dinner. Make a large dish for the summer barbecue table and enjoy with your favourite barbecued foods, and of course your favourite summer drink.