It's natural to want to block apps on your child's phone. Here's why you shouldn't.
How far do eye exercises help your children's eyes? Does it help to prevent myopia or any other eye health risks from progressing?
For today's parents, most of our children are growing up digital. And, we probably need digital help like parent apps to monitor our child's smart device use.
If you think that your conversations are being recorded by your phone, you aren't alone. Unfortunately for conspiracy theorists, this is unlikely the case.
Natural cures are all the rage nowadays, and many eye exercise apps promise to reduce myopia progression naturally. How true is this?
Myopia is on the rise and it’s important to safeguard your child's eyesight and delay the progression of myopia.
"Start them young" they always say, but can you start preventing myopia right after your baby's birth?
Sometimes we look at our children like they're digital prisoners - eyes, mind, and hands chained to their tiny screens. But screen time isn't all that bad, it's our relationship with the screens that matter.
As parents, we face our own parenting struggles. Sometimes, we need help and help can come in the form of an app, but how much help is too much?
The old adage goes, "spare the rod, spoil the child". You can spare the rod, but sometimes it’s better to talk to them about their feelings instead.