Over the past 20 years, the number of American households that have grandparents, their kids and their grandkids living under the same roof has nearly doubled.
Why is the age of criminal responsibility in the UK the lowest in the European Union?
There are various techniques that can soften the fear factor of a scary film: from talking about it to providing facts that contextualise the plotline.
Kids in the UK grow up with some of the highest levels of educational inequality.
The fallout from childhood cancer is much wider than just the patient and their parents.
The harsh realities of being a child in austerity-driven Britain – revealed.
The British government is yet to set up a formal redress scheme for children sent away as migrants to Australia and elsewhere.
The Trump administration is trying to spike a lawsuit against the US government arguing that there's a constitutional right to a stable climate.
A survey of Australian parents has found many are overwhelmed by the stress of managing their child's behaviour.
With an estimated prevalence of four per cent, fetal alcohol syndrome disorder (FASD) is more common than autism. And yet is it surrounded by myth and stigma.
Obese people are stigmatised by society – no wonder parents react defensively to letters informing them their child is overweight.
Families in the 21st century have changed, making it necessary to rethink what has been "traditional" ways of sharing the custody of children.
Cutting PE lessons to boost exam results is madness – it's time for sport in schools to go mainstream.
The Wife: my research shows that this self-sacrificing form of wifehood is hardly history.
Poorer families don't have the resources to achieve the same as better off families – yet they're being blamed for their situation.
Data reveal that sexual assault is common among boys and girls under the age of 18. Sexual violence experts share key facts from research on the issue.
Teaching children to grow their own fruit and vegetables could be key to tackling the obesity crisis.
If you're a parent, there's one less thing to worry about – your child is probably healthy even if they're fussy about what they eat.
Autism doesn't have to be viewed as a disability or disorder.
Children growing up in Northern Ireland are far less likely to be in foster or residential care than those in England, Scotland or Wales.