A child-friendly version of Instagram promises to “help kids keep up with their friends, discover new hobbies and interests, and more!” But beyond the spin, what will it really mean for our children?
It’s like TikTok, but for sex - and with the promise of easy money thrown in for good measure.
Research has uncovered a more effective way of altering screen habits - and it’s all about focusing on everything that ISN'T screen-time.
Watching shows with edgier themes can make for tricky family viewing. But before you press "pause," here are some points to consider.
Is your child a serial snacker? Excessive device use may be the culprit. A new study finds a strong link between screen habits and eating habits.
Readers are made, not born. And the good news? The recipe is really pretty simple …
An online petition posted by a former Sydney private school girl has prompted thousands of accounts of sexual abuse by fellow students, exposing a toxic culture informed by the images and narratives of online porn.
She was 14, he was 38. Did she know who she was talking to on her school-issued Chromebook?
Everybody knows too much screen-time is bad for your family’s health. But could it actually be making your kids sick?