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It’s spring in Switzerland and the air is heavy with pollen. We’ve compiled some tips to help allergy sufferers. More...

In a study on medicinal cannabis, the Federal Office of Public Health (FOPH) concluded that cannabidiol (CBD), a compound found in the cannabis plant, has the potential to treat medical conditions. However, the medicine is not paid for by health insurance companies. More...

Good news for taxpayers: Dental costs, health insurance premiums and other medical expenses are tax-deductible. More...

Efficient health insurance providers are key to a sustainable healthcare system in Switzerland. The generally low administration overhead for basic insurance is a sign that competition between the different insurers has a positive effect on their efficiency. With its annual Efficiency Award, Internet comparison service comparis.ch singles out the health insurers with the lowest proportion of administration costs with respect to the premium volume. More...

Numerous small changes were made to the Health Insurance Benefits Ordinance in the new year. One of the most important ones affects expectant mothers: They can now choose to have all their planned check-ups carried out by a midwife. More...

Dial N for nuisance: with advertising calls, telemarketers and call centres upset consumers – with no regard for applicable law. In some cases they even do this using the name of comparis.ch. More...

Policyholders who have previously enjoyed generous discounts on their group supplemental health insurance can expect to see their premiums rising as of 2017. More...

Each year, there are 400,000 sports accidents in Switzerland, occurring during traditional and extreme sports alike. Here's how to find the right sports insurance. More...

You can pay your health insurance premiums either monthly or yearly. comparis.ch explains why this offers you an opportunity to save money. More...

Take note if changing health insurance: the cancellation letter must be received by the provider by 30 November. comparis.ch explains what you need to keep in mind. More...