A new study on teens, pets, and social media shows teens with dogs check social media more often than average, and spend less time alone.
A new study suggests helicopter parenting may be a result of parents’ desire to live vicariously through their children’s achievements.
Toddlers who frequently use touchscreens are faster at finding visual targets on a screen, according to a newly published study.
A skin cancer prevention app successfully convinced Brazilian teens to use more sunscreen and cut back on the sunbathing.
A new study examines the long-term effects of grade skipping, and finds only good things – despite what many educators still believe.
Afternoon naps are significantly associated with more happiness, more grit and self-control, higher verbal IQs, and better academic achievement.