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Before you turn on tonight's news, here are 10 ways to talk to your kids about current events.
Find out why the TV show in the background is harming your child's learning.
New research says that background television may be affecting your child's development.
Finding it tough to raise a compassionate, nonviolent boy in a culture full of violence in the media? Follow this 10-step plan!
Using several screens at once may be a threat to your child's attention span.
Want to do something really good for your child this summer? It's easier than you might think: just turn off the TV!
If you are concerned about your child developing unhealthy eating habits, or gaining excess weight, it might be time to put them on a television diet.
What would life in your home be like without screens for entertainment? Here are 30 great ways to celebrate life during Screen-Free Week.
This year (2009), April 20-26 is National TV Turn Off Week, so take advantage of the opportunity to get unplugged and find other things for your family to do!
With a recent study arguing that SpongeBob hinders the brain power of preschool viewers, it's important that parents know what to look for in a goof TV show.
Learn about common causes of (and interventions for) aggressive behavior, including developmental factors, media influences, and social skills deficits.
Struggling to pry the controller out of his hands? Here's some advice.
In order for a child's brain to develop in the best possible way, parents should focus on encouraging certain activities like interacting with people. How do
Protect your child from online dangers and predators. These 10 tips will keep the internet friendly and fun.
Learn how to keep an eye on your child's gaming habits.
Parents can shape how TV affects their kids by setting limits on how much they watch, what they watch, by talking to them, and by setting a good example.
The article discusses the influence of the media on socialization in early childhood. Television is the medium with the greatest socialization effect.
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