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Parenting Tips to Help Cope During COVID-19

The only topic on everyone’s mind is COVID-19 and the uncertainty surrounding the pandemic. It’s easy to find yourself in an echo chamber with...

Kidzapp Helps Create Memorable Moments for Families in UAE

Kidzapp, the ultimate digital guide to family-friendly activities and events in the UAE, launched as a mobile app one year ago and has since...

Best Selling Toys and Most Popular Games of 2018, So Far

This year the list of best selling toys and most popular games will definitely surprise you. One would have expected to find on it...

Digital Devices during Family Time Trigger Bad Behavior in Children

Parents who spend a lot of time on their phones or watching television during family activities such as meals, playtime, and bedtime could influence...

Why Lying about Santa Is Good for Your Children

Christmas is a magical time of year, especially for children. Unfortunately, between elaborate Elf on the Shelf staging and fending off questions about Santa,...

How Economic Factors Influence Parenting Style

Settling on a parenting style is challenging. Is it better to be strict or more lenient? Have helicopter parents found the right approach to...

Parents: How You Manage Conflict Has an Impact on Your Kids

Few parents want their children to hear them arguing, but since conflict is a normal part of any relationship, it can be hard to...

How to Save on Back-to-School Supplies

Shopping for back-to-school supplies can send parents into sticker shock. Aside from standard items such as pencils and papers, students from kindergarten through 12th...

An Average Working Mom Clocks in 98 Hours a Week

Parents who are tasked primarily with raising their children have an inherently difficult job. But can it be quantified into hours like a traditional...

Here’s Why You Should Get Your Children Play Outside

Overweight children. Urban isolation. Neighbours who’ve never spoken to each other. Have you ever heard  your child saying something like: ‘There’s always lots of my...

Passive Smoking in Childhood Linked to Rheumatoid Arthritis

The results of a study presented at the Annual European Congress of Rheumatology (EULAR) 2017 press conference confirmed the link between active smoking and...

Does Money Affect Children’s Outcomes

Poorer children have worse cognitive, social-behavioural and health outcomes because they are poor, and not just because poverty is correlated with other household and...

Back-to-school Tips for Working Moms

The back-to-school season is upon us. It is hard to believe the school run madness will start again just in a week. Looking forward to...

Best Educational Toys for Preschoolers

If your kid is at preschool age – not old enough to be bombarded with books and not too young to return to baby...

Must-have Back-to-School Items in 2016

What are the must-have Back-to-School items your child actually need? This is a question every parent is facing right now. Fortunately, the answer to...

10 Things College Admissions Directors Won’t Tell You

The good education means not only getting a diploma, but also securing a job, so finding the best-fitting college or university for your children...

50% of teens addicted to smartphones, pool says

Fifty percent of teens feel they are addicted to smartphones, according to a new poll, which was conducted for Common Sense Media, a nonprofit...

Play Your Part for a Better Internet: Facebook Safety Tips for...

Today, February 9th, over 100 countries are participating in Safer Internet Day. The Internet doesn't just belong to those 100 countries, it belongs to...