Do you know what the trouble is with young people today? They're too into themselves.
Nearly a quarter of American teens now use Twitter to keep up, a big jump as teens spend less time on Facebook to avoid their parents and "oversharing."
A principal who called police to deal with a primary aged pupil said it was the sensible thing to do.
Some parents and rights groups are calling for a new law that would distinguish sexting from child pornography.
A Christchurch school has stood down four pupils after bullying was posted on Facebook.
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Twelve-year old Kyle shared his full name, hometown, school and favourite hangouts on the photo-sharing site Instagram.
Paris Legacy Reid feared her mum had died when she stopped breathing during a seizure while driving.
When her 11-year-old son saw a violent porn video, Lizi Patch was left to explain adult concepts to a confused child.
Teaching parents how to deal with very shy girls as young as three could stop them from developing depression and anxiety as teens.
Angus Bailey and Liam Robinson are already heroes - now they have the paperwork to prove it.
Online beauty contests on Instagram are leaving young contestants open to harsh criticism.
Primary school children in Timaru are using legal highs, according to a youth worker.
How can law better deal with children who maliciously circulate sexual photos?
Meet seasoned truancy officer Kerry Searancke, who spends his days herding school kids off the street and back through the school gates.
Lowering the drinking age has not led to more binge-drinking or alcohol-related road accidents among young people, researchers have found.
A teen endured months of abuse and suicide taunts from cyber bullies without telling anyone, because she feared it would make things worse.
Principals throw support behind extraordinary measures that could give them the powers to search and seize pupils' phones and iPads.
Teenage author Steph Bowe shares her advice for the mums of teens, saying adults seem to forget what they were like in their youth.
Stepfather whose parenting style led teen stepdaughter to self-harm will do community work.
Social media is a part of kids lives, but how should you manage their access and can you restrict it?
All through school, I was the "odd one out"; 'the weird one'. It doesn't matter how many years go by, it doesn't take much for those feelings of isolation and raw pain to resurface.
Pro-anorexic communities are flourishing online, some offering sympathy to sufferers, others deadly encouragement, writes Gina McColl.
A quarter of teens say their love interests harassed them online or by text.
Kids who were bullied and acted as bullies themselves were at higher risk for depression, anxiety and panic disorder years down the line,according to a new study.
Children who spend hours watching TV are more likely to become criminals, researchers say.
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