Better use of technology in prisons would improve family relationships, and ultimately, a detainee's prospects of transitioning successfully back into society.
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Researchers from Aston and Lincoln Universities have conducted a comprehensive study to evaluate the effectiveness of Child Trust Funds (CTFs) in the United Kingdom.
Stanford research reveals the rapidly growing influence of wildfire smoke on air quality trends across most of the United States. Wildfire smoke in recent years has slowed or reversed progress toward cleaner air in 35 states, ...
Research led by the Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, McGill University, Canada, has found that human cells seem to follow a homeostasis pattern of cell size and count across the entire organism.
TikTok, Instagram or YouTube, whatever the platform, if your teen is active on social media, they may encounter cyberbullying. In fact, 44% of Aussie teens say they've had a negative online experience in the past six months.
New polling data released late last week shows 77% of surveyed Massachusetts residents support a $600 state Child and Family Tax Credit. This polling confirms the popularity of the more generous Child and Family Tax Credit ...
Instead of setting an allowance, many parents decide to give money on demand to their children. When figuring out if that's a good option, we need to be aware that the key is not so much in giving or not giving an allowance, ...
There is ongoing concern about the impact of "helicopter parenting" on children's growth and development.
So much for the powerful feminist messaging in the new Barbie movie.
University of York academics have contributed to a major report which highlights how a failure to address childhood inequality is creating a "conveyor belt of disadvantage."