5th June is World Environment Day. A day on which the United Nations reminds us of the need to protect the environment. This year the slogan is “Beat plastic pollution” along with “Remember, if you can’t reuse it, refuse it”. At BBVA Switzerland, we have put this slogan into practice and introduced new office habits.
This month, women are the protagonists. We compile BBVA's best podcasts on gender equality and diversity.
Health care has to be throughout life, but your 50s are a defining period. Becoming aware of your body and the changes it experiences will help you take better care of yourself and better manage your health to enter the new stages with good quality of life.
Although keeping to a healthy diet will not prevent you from being infected by a virus like Covid-19, it will help you maintain a good general state of health. With a healthy diet, we have a strong immune system, so your defenses can respond to attacks as effectively as possible. That is why here you can find 8 tips for healthy eating.
Creating healthy habits is always a challenge under normal circumstances; in this exceptional situation, after Covid-19, we must make an extra effort to improve our nutrition, take care of our mood, and channel our fears. That is why we have listed 6 habits for a healthy life after Covid-19.
The new reality arising from Covid-19 has impacted the whole of society. For example, in many countries the new normal involves wearing a mask in public places and keeping a social distance. The way we pay for products or services has also been affected by the pandemic: many establishments began to recommend payment through electronic means, whether by card, digital applications or using contactless payment systems such as Google Pay or Samsung Pay.
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With the arrival of the holidays those moments arise in which you can enjoy a good reading without interruptions. Whatever if it is summer or winter time, it is time to relax and gain energy for the rest of the year.
In the last months, many people around the world have been forced to work from home. The "stay at home" phenomenon has given people the opportunity to organise their time between work and leisure in a way they could not do before, because of their day-to-day pace of activities. For many, this period at home has also become an opportunity for educating themselves.
The world population is gradually ageing. This has created an important health challenge for everyone. Efforts must be made to ensure that all the years of life that have been achieved through healthcare advances are lived satisfactorily with quality of life at a physical, mental and emotional level.
Preventive actions are proving to be key in stopping the spread of Covid-19.
Switzerland is a symbol of luxury and exclusivity. And not only because it houses the headquarters of numerous banks and other financial institutions, or is the home of prestigious watch companies, but also because, in its mountains, it has the most select ski resorts in the world.
When the cold and snow arrive in St. Moritz, a small and quiet town of around 5,000 inhabitants located in the Swiss Alps, the city changes itself. One of the most critical events in Switzerland's luxury calendar arrives the White Turf, a horse-racing meeting on the city's frozen lake.
In recent years, robotics applied to medicine has made great progress. There are several medical specialities, especially surgical ones, which have benefited from the use of increasingly precise robots with greater possibilities for diagnosis and treatment of several diseases.
Marathons, like other sports such as triathlons or steeplechase races, have experienced exponential growth over the last 10 years. We present you the benefits and keys to preparing well a marathon.
BBVA Switzerland took part in the 2019 Pink Ribbon charity run, demonstrating once again its commitment to combating breast cancer.
We all need to switch off at times, but it seems that the digital society does not want to allow us to do so. What are the possible results of not switching off from work?
We have decided to use the term "cyberpathogenesis" to describe the origins of pathologies resulting from excessive and/or prolonged exposure to cybernetics and, in general, to new technologies.
A perfect plan for those who plan to visit Zurich in the spring is undoubtedly the gastronomic event 'Food Zurich'
Just like BBVA provides you with the best financial solutions, this article will showcase the best latest-generation tech products to be found on the market.
OpenMind, BBVA's knowledge community, has presented its eleventh book: Towards a New Enlightenment? A Transcendent Decade.
If we want to lose weight we have to realise that we need to change our eating habits and we often do not manage to do this, because we see weight loss as a temporary, demanding and sacrificial process.
the Beyeler Foundation in Basel, Switzerland opens the most elaborate and expensive exhibition that it has hosted to date: 'The young Picasso, the blue and pink era' which covers the painter from Malaga's period from 1901 to 1906.
For the fifth consecutive year, BBVA in Switzerland – the BBVA Group’s International Private Banking unit based in Switzerland – is organising a special Alpine event with horses and snow during the Swiss winter.