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Teens talking to teens: 1 in 3 parents strongly support schools having mental health programs like peer support leaders, new national poll suggests.
National poll: Cyberbullying, depression and unhealthy habits on parents’ top 10 list of worries. Black families rank racism as No.1 concern and COVID-19 as No.2.
National Poll: Over half of parents say it’s important for children to see extended family and share in holiday rituals but many also want to prevent the spread of COVID-19 at family gatherings.
Majority of parents support teen’s involvement with demonstrations; Black parents more likely to discuss racism and police brutality in-depth with teens, new national poll suggests.
National Poll finds COVID-19 may not influence parents’ beliefs about the flu vaccine, with just 1/3 believing it’s more important for children to get vaccinated in 2020.
Blame, shame and disagreements between parents and grandparents over parenting choices like discipline, meals and TV time can strain relationships.
National Poll: 1 in 10 parents say they don’t make sure to use a minimum SPF for children while some don’t reapply sunscreen often enough to keep it effective.
Just 1 in 3 parents use a bug repellent on their child that contains DEET, which is most effective in repelling mosquitoes, new national poll finds.
2 in 3 parents worry that their tween might be targeted by ads with inappropriate content, 3 in 4 concerned that apps could make kids overly focused on weight.
Despite expert recommendations to talk about good and bad touch during preschool years, just 3 in 5 parents agree that this is the right age to start