Their bodies move before their brains - they act before they think. Is that lack of impulse control a hallmark of ADHD? Or just being a normal kid? And what, if anything, can you can do to help them along?
Recently, the US television program Good Morning America listened in on the conversations of seven 11-year-old gamers as they battled it out on two popular multiplayer games featuring online chat. What they heard can only be imagined - ...
In the future, there will be two kinds of people in the world. Those who allow their attention - and their lives - be controlled by outside forces. And those who proudly call themselves “indistractable.” Which will your child grow up to be?
"Before it was a case for youngsters of whether they should really risk it, going on to the street to buy drugs. But now because it's on their feed and on their timeline, many are thinking 'why not?’”
Technology is opening up the real world for our kids - but are they ready to handle it? And what can parents do to protect them?
Should teaching our kids the ABCs of human emotion join maths, English, science and history as core subjects?
In the battle royale for our kids’ gaming attention, a new version of PUBG (Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds) has already knocked Fortnite off its perch. If your child is part of the trend, what do you need to know about this latest ...
These controversial micro-transactions are a feature in many of today’s most popular online games. But are they really the gateway to a gambling problem - or about as threatening as a Kinder Surprise?
Managing kids’ devices is critical for their health and wellbeing. But parents who also mentor their kids’ screen-time see the most positive outcomes.