Press Releases

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
Nearly a quarter of parents in national poll aren't confident in the safety of their home tap water; income disparities linked to perceptions of safe drinking water
Many parents mistaken about their child's video game behavior; families report different gaming patterns for teen boys than girls
Pet pros and cons: Parents’ top reasons for having a family pet are companionship and teaching children responsibility. Top pet turn off: too much hassle.
1 in 4 parents say their child knows a peer with depression and 1 in 10 say a child’s peer has committed suicide, a new poll finds.
Many parents aren’t comfortable with their child playing at another family’s home – but only 1 in 4 have been asked about safety issues by another parent pre-playdate.
Teens driving with teens: More than ½ of parents in a new national poll believe their teen has been in an unsafe situation riding with a teen driver.