This is my body, child’s thing

This is my body!

Everyone has a body. But how well do you know your own body? For example, do you know why and how it changes as you get older?

You can read this and more about the body in the topic of June.

The human body is very complex. Organs, bones, muscles, skin, nerve pathways – everything has a specific task. They are kept running through nutrients from the food. As a child and adolescent, the body is still growing and is constantly changing. Other things change as you get older: you develop your own style and try new things. How much can you decide about your appearance and what can your parents decide about?

The topic "My body" affects several children’s rights. Because you have a right to your own opinion (Article 12). If something doesn’t suit you, you can say no. This is especially true when it comes to protecting you – for example, from violence (Article 19). Take care of your body, because you only have this one! Too much stress, unhealthy eating, too little or too much exercise can make your body sick. Of course, your parents and your family doctor should also ensure that you stay healthy (Article 24). You can learn a lot of interesting things about these topics here!

Article 12: my opinion

The wording from the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child

1. The Contracting States guarantee the child who is able to form his own opinion the right to express this opinion freely in all matters affecting the child and take the child’s opinion into account appropriately and in accordance with his age and maturity.

Article 24: My health

The wording from the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child

1. The Contracting States recognize the right of the child to the maximum achievable level of health and to use facilities for the treatment of diseases and restoration of health.

Article 19: Protection against violence

The wording from the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child

1. The Contracting States shall take all appropriate legislative, administrative, social and educational measures to protect the child from any form of physical or mental violence, harm or maltreatment, neglect or neglect, mistreatment or exploitation including sexual abuse, as long as it is in the care of the parent or a parent, guardian or other legal representative or other person who looks after the child.

How it works the eye?

Seeing is one of our five senses and is extremely important. Because we take in most of our environment through our eyes. But how exactly does the eye work? And what does myopia mean, for example? You can find out more here!

How it works the brain?

The brain is an important organ. It is responsible for our thoughts, feelings, language and movements. It also controls various processes, such as breathing. All of this takes place in certain areas. You can find out more with us!

How it works the sense of taste?

Sure, seeing and hearing are important senses. But honestly, without the taste we would be missing something! Why can we taste at all? And what exactly is going on there? You can find out more here.

How it works the ear?

Hearing is one of the most important and precise senses. It helps us with orientation and is in use 24 hours a day. But how exactly do we hear? And what does the ear have to do with the sense of balance? You can find out more here!

My body and what parents can forbid me

It’s my body! Many children want to decide more about their looks and other things. What can parents prohibit? Cut and dye hair? Ear holes? Vegan diet? We’ll clear you up.

The little monsters in me – About puberty

What is going on You are often in a bad mood and freaking out about trifles. Or are you just fooling around and giggling constantly with your friends? Then puberty has probably got you under control and the little monsters in you.

Lack of nutrients: what can happen there?

Our bodies get nutrients from the food and drink we eat. He needs these to maintain all of his functions. You can find out what the consequences can be if he lacks important nutrients here.

Competitive sports – is that still healthy??

On August 16, 2009, someone broke all records. Usain Bolt runs 100 m sprint in 9.58 seconds and sets an incredible world record. Bolt – like all successful athletes – is a competitive athlete. For them, competition is more than just a hobby. What does competitive sport look like and is everything healthy at all??

What are the causes of headaches??

16.5% of German students have headaches several times a week – some even daily. But why is that??

Headache tips

Headaches are annoying, hurt and difficult to concentrate. But what exactly can you do about it? Here are some information and tips for you!

My smiley door sign

Do you sometimes need rest and don’t want to be disturbed? Then make yourself a door sign! With the funny smileys you can show everyone how you are.

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