Do you have a child born since 2010? Experts are still waffling on what to call them - iGen? Generation Alpha? - but have identified four “rules for life” that set them apart.
Google just announced it will eliminate “third party cookies” from its Chrome browser by 2022, claiming it will better protect users' privacy. But ... how?
“Gaming disorder” is now a thing, according to no less an authority than the World Health Organization. But how much gaming is too much? And how worried should parents be?
When’s the last time you had a conversation with your teenage son about what it means to be a caring, respectful sexual partner? Or what “consent” means - and how alcohol affects it? Or how catcalling girls, or referring to them as ...
If parental controls aren’t about controlling your child - what ARE they about?
The impact of screen-time on our children’s vision is a topic of ongoing debate in the medical community.
That’s the conclusion of a new Australian study that found kids were likely to gain weight and lose fitness during school holiday periods.