What age are they emotionally ready to have their own cellphones? Parents have to think twice before handing smartphones to their 10-year-old so that they can fit in with their friends? Ages four to six Kids in this age group shouldn’t be using smartphones (or other mobile devices), period. When it comes to screen time...
The development during adolescence gives rise to new feelings in teenagers. Problems: Adolescence is the time when teens experience their first kiss, the intimate dance with their ‘boyfriend’ or ‘girlfriend’ and secret make out sessions. Without proper guidance, teenagers may become sexually active before they are ready. This could result in unwanted pregnancies. Unwanted pregnancy...
Did you know what are the harmful effects of mobile phones on children? The radiation emitted by mobile phones and mobile phone masts can have adverse effects on children. Some include: 1.Non-Malignant Tumors: The study has shown that children who use mobile phones have a possibility of developing non-malignant tumor in the brain and ear. 2.Cancer: The WHO has...
Should to much sweets be tightly controlled? Should kids have free reign and eat as much as they want? Here are a few pieces of advice when it comes to handling sweets. For young toddlers, sweets shouldn’t be part of the regular diet at all. In fact, if you can hold off on introducing them until...
Staying fit and active is something that is important, irrespective of age. Teenagers these days are spending more and more time indoors, which can be quite a cause for concern. Add to that habits like unhealthy eating and sitting for long hours, and you may have some serious issues at hand. 6 Fitness Tips For Teenagers ...
According to the latest cell phone research, on average, a child gets his or her first smartphone at 10.3 years old. That same study shows that by age 12, a full 50 percent of children have social media accounts (primarily Facebook and Instagram).May 10, 2018 Benefits You can't beat the convenience. If your child has a cell...
Is your child overly moody and is not eating or sleeping at all? Problems: Teenagers may have self-esteem or confidence issues. The feelings of inferiority or superiority often arise from their appearance, and acceptance of their body – skin color, beauty, and figure. Poor performance in academics and low IQ can also demotivate them. They...
Without proper nutrition and healthcare, they are susceptible to illnesses. Problem: Teenagers have a hectic schedule as they hop from one activity to another with little time to eat or rest properly. Unhealthy eating habits prevent them from getting the nutrition they need. Consciousness about their body can lead to eating disorders, especially in girls....
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