Regular bedtimes as important for kids as getting enough sleep
Children with widely varying bedtimes are more likely to have problems controlling their emotions.
Family breakdown linked to obesity
Kids from one-parent families are at greater risk of obesity and early onset puberty.
Do educated parents prefer home care or day-care?
The higher their education, the more parents prefer day-care to home care - but overall, parents would rather stay home.
Parents need to get smart about porn
Parents need to be more aware of the reality of their kids' exposure to porn.
Living like it’s 1986
Want to boost family life? Get rid of any modern technology post 1986, as this family have done.
Parents posting photos of their kids online - yes or no?
Will posting pictures of the bubs affect them later on in life?
The home, first place of learning
Parents around the world talk about the importance of how things are done in the home to raising children with good habits and values.
Would you turn your teen in to the police?
One-on-one time with parents is crucial
Parents concerned about losing touch with their children as the teen years approach may take some encouragement from a new study.
18 ways to be a better father
The parents of six children offer 18 fatherhood tips drawn from their own experience
Early Childhood experts say genes hold clues to child abuse
Canadian experts say genetic research offers clues for reducing the impact of abuse on children.
Analysing parenting attitudes
A new study of US parents analyses the attitudes they are passing on to their children according to four prominent worldviews.
Battle of the messy bedroom
Even if parents have missed the Early Childhood Training boat, all is not lost.
Fear of flying with babies
Airlines are starting to create kid-free zones. Is that fair? Is it the way we want to treat families?
Baby-bedtime debates: cry it out vs no-cry
Australian “sleep training” study says it's OK to let babies cry. Hmmm.
Kids and chores: start young
The amount of time children spend helping around the home has been dropping for decades. It's now about 20 minutes a day, on average.
An app for keeping an eye on your teen driver?
A mobile phone device being developed allows parents to to monitor the cell phone use of their teens while driving. What do you think, parents?
Family dinners don’t work magic
Research over the past decade showing a significant link between the wellbeing of teenagers and family dinners makes a lot of sense.
Girl violence and the parent gap
Violence among teenage girls -- towards each other, towards strangers -- is a growing problem in many countries.
Scientists discover why children are often selfish. Really.
A new study suggests that age-associated improvements in the ability to consider the preferences of others are linked with maturation of a brain region involved in self control. No kidding.
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