New research conducted by Welch’s Global Group and Surveygoo earlier in the year indicates that most American millennials between the ages of 18 and 35 choose to eat a healthy snack in place of a standard meal at least once a week. Some interesting findings from the study show: More
A ChannelMum.com poll of 2,025 found a shocking 92 per cent of British mums admit they are lonely and our 24 hour social media access is doing them no favours. Dubbed the ‘most isolated generation ever,’ the study indicated; More
Roy Morgan Research has found that Aussie kids now spend more time using the internet than watching TV. The study indicated; More
New research by Nickelodeon analyses 6,500 families in a study that aimed to discover what it’s like to be a pre-schooler in today’s world. The study compared Aussie parents with parents from 12 other countries. The below insights into Aussie parents were found: More
A study conducted by Nickelodeon found that the struggle to juggle family and work life is a challenge now shared by dads. The research identified three categories of fathers; the provider, the super, and the fulltime. Other results include; More
According to top artificial intelligence authorities, including representatives from Google and IBM, experts are concerned voice assistants such as Siri, are creating a generation with no manners as children learn how to demand answers from computer software.
The concerns grow as Google announces plans to install voice assistants into all smart devices, able to activate requests such as ‘dim the lights,’ or ‘take me to the nearest petrol station,’ the article states. More
The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) has labelled stay-at-home mums as the “greatest untapped potential” for Australia’s workforce.
The study indicates that we could suffer “potentially large losses to the economy” when women stay home to care for their kids or work short part time hours. The results indicate: More
A study from Deakin University showed mothers of children aged one to three completed 4.5 hours of physical activity spread throughout the day. Active monitors were placed on 163 mothers from Melbourne and Geelong to find these results. More
Medibank’s Better Health Index reveals a third of mums are suffering from stress, compared with just a quarter of the general population.
The study indicates those with teenagers are the most stressed, thanks to academic pressures, busy family timetables and the increased need to protect their child in the digital world. The study found: More
High School formals are now mirroring high profile media events. The formal industry continues to grow, with experts crediting it to the rise of social media. Instagram is said to have increased pressure on young people to meet an unrealistic image. More