Al Jalila Foundation, a global philanthropic organisation dedicated to transforming lives through medical education and research, has celebrated the graduation of 63 teachers and 66 parents from its flagship programme Ta’alouf.
More than 60 parents have protested outside a public school in Sanabis, Bahrain over allegations of rat infestations, power cuts and unhygienic conditions.
They gathered outside the Sanabis Primary School for Girls yesterday along
Parents struggling to get their children away from smartphones and tablets for meals, homework, exercise and other activities can arm themselves with new apps to remotely block access to the devices.
Usage of smartphones and table
The UAE Ministry of Interior’s child protection center has launched its new 'Hemayati' Application for IPhones as part of its efforts to boost child safety.
The Hemayati Apps in the IOS A App Store for IPhone is aime
When it comes to what young parents spend their money on during the gift-giving season, times are definitely changing according to a recent Google survey.
The results of the survey state that younger parents (aged 25 to 34) are ne
Threatening or screaming at teenagers may put them at higher risk for depression and disruptive behaviors such as rule-breaking, according to a new study.
"The take home point is that the verbal behaviors matter," Annett
HP has launched a series of inkjet printers with its Ink Advantage system, ideal for home use.
The series includes five new inkjet printers and two new Ink Advantage high-capacity cartridges. The cartridges match the quality and r
The top benefits parents want their children to receive from eating healthy foods relate to heart health, reduced risk of disease, brain development and immunity, according to a recent survey.
Parents from around the world were gi
ESET Middle East, a leader in proactive protection against cyber-threats, has urged parents to educate children on cyber thieves and paedophiles.
With majority of schools closing this summer, children will be spending a major chunk of thei
Three in five parents (62 per cent) have no idea about what information is publicly available about themselves or their kids, says a recent survey.
A new survey released by Internet security firm Trend Micro also suggested that one in