A new study shows twice as many of us worry more about online bullying than we do about COVID, the economy or crime.
A holiday is a time for your family to connect with one another - and with the real world around you. Yet devices have a way of muscling in to take centre stage. Preventing that takes a bit of advance planning and a little bit of willpower.
We may dangle time on devices as a reward - or limit access as a punishment. But does it work as a long-term strategy?
It’s the eternal question of digital family life: How much screen-time is too much? The answer, say experts, lies in your child's behaviour.
Mounting scientific evidence shows kids need boredom to function at their highest levels. How fascinating is that?
That’s the conclusion of a new Australian study that found kids were likely to gain weight and lose fitness during school holiday periods.
Living in a connected world makes it easier - and harder - to decide.
Scratch your head all you like, but there’s no denying the hypnotic power of the unboxing YouTube video for a generation of digital children. Experts explain - or try to!
Do you find you skim where you used to, well, read? Welcome to the club. Reading in the age of social media has retrained our brains - and our attention spans - to take text in snack-sized bites. But the good news is, you can increase ...