How do we talk to kids about dementia and what do they want to know? Jess Baker has some answers.
UNSW has welcomed a $5 million gift from the Financial Markets Foundation for Children that will help give vunerable children in Australia the opportunities they need to reach their full potential.
Australian children have revealed in a series of videos the impact of having a close relative diagnosed with dementia, in a bid to help other children better understand the condition.
The idea of the happy ending as appropriate literary fare for children is an illusion, write Anna Kamaralli and Georgina Ledvinka.
The first ever international review of scabies and impetigo has indentified global hotspots and revealed children are disproportionately affected by the debilitating infectious conditions.
Children are the focus of a world-first online anti-stigma program that aims to change attitudes around one of our fastest growing health issues.
Chef turned International Studies student Damien Hawes has brought food and education to children living in a Philippines rubbish dump.
Teenagers whose parents supply alcohol in adolescence are three times as likely to be drinking full serves of alcohol at 16 compared to teens in families that do not, a major NDARC study has found.
The practice of locking up children indefinitely, identifying them by number, exposing them to violence and depriving them of education stands in stark contrast to widely held Australian values, writes Karen Zwi.
UNSW child psychologist Mark Dadds features in a new documentary series on ABC TV that explores the controversial childhood condition Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.