Parents are so wrong about teenage sleep and health

As a new school year begins, Harvard-affiliated sleep health researchers have a message for parents and caregivers on teenage sleep:…

2 months ago

The way you talk to your child about math matters

Parents’ responses to children’s math success, failure linked to motivation, anxiety “You’re so smart!” This encouraging response may actually do more harm…

3 months ago

Women in England had predominantly negative experiences of childbirth during pandemic in 2020

The FINANCIAL  -- 47% of parents in a national survey reported negative experiences of giving birth during the pandemic in…

7 months ago

To Quarantine or Not: The Hard Choices Schools Are Leaving to Parents and Staf

The FINANCIAL -- On the second day of high school in Texas, Natosha Daniels’ 14-year-old daughter went all day without…

1 year ago

Three Things Parents Need for Kindergarten Prep

The FINANCIAL -- For parents with children getting ready to start kindergarten, focus on three things: reading, playing, and encouraging. (more…)

1 year ago

The Parent Trap

It’s no secret women are grossly underrepresented in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) in higher education. The numbers tell the…

1 year ago

No hard evidence of link between tech and teenage mental health

The FINANCIAL -- Parents will worry, that is what parents do. But, according to Oxford Internet Institute researcher, Dr Matti Vuorre, the…

2 years ago

Helping Parents Talk to Their Adolescent Children about Sexual Health is a Key to Stemming STIs

The FINANCIAL -- Report is from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine’s Committee on Prevention and Control on…

2 years ago

New Parents See Changes in Sexual Well-Being

New parents tend to have more sexual issues during the year they “transition to parenthood” than couples who are not…

2 years ago