Dads 9 November '16
Alec Baldwin's impersonation of Donald Trump is viewed as one of the reasons why the GOP nominee is gaining votes.
SPED Kids 3 November '16
Inaccurate media portrayals of people with autism could encourage potentially harmful stereotypes among the public. Because of this, Autism Canada developed a guide that teaches journalists how to depict autism accurately and fairly.
Celebrity Daddy(Soft News) 14 October '16
More news about ABC's new series "Notorious" and Melina Kanakaredes' role.
School 10 October '16
cyberbullying is so much worse than regular bullying is that one rumor can reach the whole school with the touch of a button. When we were kids, it took a while for a rumor to surface. But today it can easily be on the front page of every child’s device in a matter of minutes. It’s almost as if every day kids can write a mean message on the front wall of a school lobby without any repercussions. In addition, kids can take pictures of that wall and save them in their online library which can live forever.
Technology 8 July '16
Here are the best 2016 apps for Android devices according to reviewers.
Mind 8 June '16
The negative media coverage about mentally ill people has taught the society to become fearful of them. People with depression, schizophrenia and anxiety are being subjected to prejudice because of how the media portrays them.
Behavior 30 May '16
Electronic media has been found to prevent preschoolers from communicating with their parents.
Education 20 May '16
Greater time spend media multitasking for teens leads to a drop in their test scores, a study has revealed.
Family Life 15 April '15
The New York Daily News reported that Justin Bieber was kicked out of the Coachella Music Festival after a security altercation.
News 31 March '15
Some celebrity parents are inspiration to many. Fans look up to them as role models for parenting in the 21st century.
Health/Nutrition 12 August '14
There’s something to be said in the simplicity that we grew up in. Confined by the evolutionary limitations our voices and our feet could manage, before the turn of the digital revolution, humans were a far less social creature… at least in theory. But now that we’re so connected on the internet, and constantly looking for more ways to log on rather than hang out, there are those who think that the simplicity and personal connections we once thrived on are lost.
Health/Nutrition 3 April '14
Setting limits on screen time for kids can yield positive results, including improved sleep, better grades, less aggressive behavior, and lower risk of obesity, new research published Monday says.
Health/Nutrition 7 March '14
Frequent Facebook users are more prone to develop an eating disorder a new study shows.
Health/Nutrition 16 January '14
Educating teenagers to see through pro-cigarette messages in the media may be effective at preventing youth smoking than just saying no, a recent study finds.