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The Power of Touch

The Power of Touch

It’s vital for our health, wellbeing and happiness, say the world’s leading neuroscientists.
When Norah Met Mr Dan

When Norah Met Mr Dan

When a four year old bumps into a widower at the supermarket, the karma is instant – and everlasting.
11 Things Parents Say that Ruin Their Kids’ Trust

11 Things Parents Say that Ruin Their Kids’ Trust

Love and mutual respect are great, but what the parent-child relationship really hinges on is trust. Here's what not to say if you want your child to trust you.
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Those Trendy Fidget Spinners Are Giving Some Kids and Their Teachers the Fidgets

Those Trendy Fidget Spinners Are Giving Some Kids and Their Teachers the Fidgets

The whirling gizmos are all the rage in classrooms around the world. But are they really improving learning for kids? Child experts weigh in.
10 Things About Raising Girls Mums Wish They Knew Sooner

10 Things About Raising Girls Mums Wish They Knew Sooner

Mums share their best been-there, done-that tips for raising strong, successful daughters.
When Good Parents Get Arrested

When Good Parents Get Arrested

A generation ago, letting your child play unsupervised was commonplace. Today it could get you into serious trouble.

7 Incredibly Dangerous Parenting Moves Even Careful Parents Make By Mistake

7 Incredibly Dangerous Parenting Moves Even Careful Parents Make By Mistake

You use baby gates at the top (and bottom) of the stairs, secure heavy furniture to the wall, and monitor your teen's social media profiles. But even the most careful parents make potentially harmful child safety mistakes. Here are some of them.

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Instant Answers: Tweens

Instant Answers: Tweens

Before 1987 we passed through two stages before becoming an adult: childhood and teenage years. Now there’s a third social group “in between” kids and teens: tweens.

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