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Only 5% of US kids meet expert recommendations for sleep, screen time, and exercise — here’s what they should be doing
Kids should get between nine and 11 hours of sleep a night, should limit recreational screen use to two hours per day, and should get at least an hour of moderate-to-vigorous exercise. The better kids in the US do on those guidelines, the better they perform on cognitive tests.
Kids are finding ingenious ways to get around screen time controls on their Apple devices, according to reports from parents posted online. One seven-year-old tricked the feature by uninstalling and reinstalling apps.
People are going to be shocked about the number of hours per day they spend on their phone.
Silicon Valley parents can see firsthand, either through living or working in the Bay Area, that technology is potentially harmful to kids.
The ‘Tiger Mother’ didn’t let her daughter watch TV or Netflix until college — but you probably don’t need to do the sam...
Lulu Chua-Rubenfeld says her mother, the "Tiger Mother," banned TV and Netflix until Lulu went to college. But experts say watching TV isn't so bad for kids.
The glow of portable electronics is irresistible to infants and toddlers, but many parents aren't sure how to manage young kids' screen time. So we took the latest scientific research, official guidelines, and advice from childhood development experts to create this handy pocket guide.
The behind-the-scenes story of why Apple received a letter from 2 huge investors about child safety features
BI PRIME: Apple was the target of an interesting PR situation in which everyone involved walked away winners. But Apple was somewhat blindsided by the situation.
Tech juggernauts like Facebook and Google fundamentally depend on people's eyeballs staying glued to their devices.
Smartphones horrified me as a new parent — here’s why I stopped worrying and learned to embrace kids’ tech-filled futures
Smartphones and tablets are irresistible to children, but it's unclear how they affect brain development. New research suggests some surprising benefits.
A dad was adamant that his kid wouldn't get a smartphone, then circumstances changed.