(AP) -- No TV for a week, the time-honored punishment for misbehaving children, has been enhanced. Now, parents are also withholding Internet access to punish their kids, further sign that the Web has become as important ...
(AP) -- Video games come with ratings similar to movies, but plenty of parents buy games rated M for Mature for their kids under 17.
A new study reveals that sick teens are more isolated than other kids, but they do not necessarily realize it and often think their friendships are stronger than they actually are.
Drawing from research and personal experience, Christine Carter a sociologist, happiness expert, and director of UC Berkeley's Greater Good Parents program shares insights on how practicing gratitude, not just ...
(AP) -- Kids under 13 aren't allowed on Facebook, but that hasn't stopped many of them from joining.
(AP) -- The video game industry is doing a better job at keeping young kids away from violent and other inappropriate content than the music and movie businesses, according to a new report by the Federal Trade Commission.
For kids, ringing a neighbor's doorbell, yelling "trick or treat," and receiving candy brings plenty of smiles, but for many the real fun of Halloween happens when you turn your plastic jack-o'-lantern candy bucket upside ...
(PhysOrg.com) -- Kids and teens in inner-city neighbourhoods have parks and places in which to play and be physically active, but their perceptions of "stranger danger" keep many of them away.
Parents, do you know what your teen is texting? Got any clue what's on her Facebook page? Chances are you don't.
(AP) -- The handwritten letter to the governor is polite, articulate and to the point. "Dear Sir," begins the missive. "I wish you would come down to the jail and see me."