Smartphones have improved the quality of our lives. But when we fall prey to smartphone addiction, Cybercriminals can thrive off of that addiction.
Children who spend time outdoors have a higher likelihood of preventing the onset of myopia. As parents, we should encourage our little ones to go out and about.
It's not something your child would definitely like or agree on, but sometimes, blocking apps have to be done.
To curb your child's boredom, often times, we end up showing them a video on our phones. But should that always be the case?
What happens to your child's cognitive and social development when their love for the screens turns into an addiction?
As parents, should we be worried about video games and its effects on our children? If so, what are the signs that your child could be addicted to video games?
You've probably heard a lot about how sunlight and outdoor activity is the best way to prevent myopia from progressing, but how true is this?
"Prevention is better than cure", but is this really relevant when it comes to myopia? How much of what we do actually helps to prevent myopia?
When age is just a number and it doesn't stop your young child from creating accounts on various social media platforms, how do you keep them safe online?
The parent app market is saturated with a number of quality apps. These tips can help you choose the right apps that align with your parenting style.