There's no magic formula for protecting teens' mental health in today's digital world. But a new study suggests a strategy that could be the key to keeping depression and anxiety at bay.
Recently I came across a guy called Tony Laulu and his organisation Digital Discipline. (OK, I admit it - I found him on Facebook!)
Does social media make people feel lonelier? Or do lonely people spend more time on social media?
Everybody knows Instagram is the photo-sharing app that kids love and parents … tolerate.
When I used to think back on my own teenage years … frankly, I tried not to. It was too terrifying.
A new X-rated channel that asks the question “Can we turn your phone into the best sex toy ever?” launched last week on social media app Snapchat - and it’s impossible for parents to turn it off.
It was last season’s teen TV phenomenon: a 13-part series exploring the fictional story-behind-the-story of a teenage suicide. Kids couldn’t get enough of it. Adults were outraged. In both cases, there were plenty of reasons why.
Do teenagers deserve privacy online? A former cybercrimes detective shares his view. Parents are often hesitant to monitor what their teens are doing online. "Isn't it like reading a private diary?" they wonder. "Not in the least," ...
43% of young people under 17 have reported being bullied online. With numbers like that, there’s a chance your child may be part of this statistic. How can parents tell if their child is being bullied online, if they won’t open up to them ...