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A recently released report by the US Center for Disease Control and Prevention shows that the death rate among teenagers and young adults (ages 10 to 24) due to suicide, has significantly increased in the last decade, outpacing all other age groups. Though these statistics come from the USA, it can...

Research shows that children’s usage of screens is directly related to parent’s usage.Modelling healthy screen use is a powerful way to impact your children's behaviour.Creating a ‘we are in this together’ family culture, means digital behaviour is not hidden but rather consciously and safely managed. Picture this: kids rush home from...

An unhealthy daily digital diet is hard to spot in our children if we as, parents, do not balance our own digital diet.Just like too much sun or sugar have health consequences, so too does a child’s digital consumption. There are not only negative effects on the brain and eyes,...

Parents are always in the best position to manage their children's access to age-inappropriate content in the digital world – be it TV, movies, games, websites or Apps.Due to the high volume of Apps available for download, they are often given age restriction guidelines by the App developers themselves,...

If most of the information communicated in an in-person interaction comes from tone of voice and body language, it is virtually impossible to grasp the deeper meaning and context of text-based communication. Add emojis and emoticons into the mix and it is all as clear as mud!As parents, we need...

Technology companies use cutting edge behavioural psychology to keep your children glued to their digital devices.Social media and gaming offer a simplified risk-free world for your children as an attractive alternative to real-life challenges. Too much time online and interacting in age-inappropriate virtual spaces, means your children are losing out...

As toddlers develop into children and then into adolescents, they have an innate need to understand and find their place in the groups they are a part of.Online media offers an easy-way-out for children to fill their social needs, without the risk associated with face to face interactions in the...