Under 16s Dont Need Tablets or Smartphones

April 5, 2014

Since this is just the beginning of the tablet and smartphone explosion, it may not be too long before the trends change. It does seem absurd to prevent young kids and teens from taking advantage of the latest technological advancements available today. Sure there are worries that young minds may be influenced by what’s available […]


Technology Use of the Zero to Eight Year Old Set

January 6, 2014

Commonsense Media suggests that television remains dominant in terms of the number of hours consumed by the zero to eight year old group. To give a perspective on this, children under 1 watch more than two-times as much TV and videos as they do reading books or being read to. Source

The Cost of Raising a Child

The Cost of Raising a Child

August 19, 2013

It’s no secret that raising a child is expensive. This infographic tells us just how expensive. It even breaks down the cost of moving to a house with one additional bedroom (including the added cost of utilities for that bedroom) by region and income level, along with many other interesting details. Source

Not Just Fun and Games- Playgrounds have Hidden Dangers

Not Just Fun and Games- Playgrounds have Hidden Dangers

August 3, 2013

This infographic explores the dangers of playgrounds. According to the CDC, 200,000 children ages 14 years and younger each year are injured at playgrounds. Source

How Technology Has Changed Raising Children

How Technology Has Changed Raising Children

August 2, 2013

There may be nothing more blissful than becoming a mom. Whether it is your first or fifth time at the rodeo, it is always an interesting and wonderful journey. These days the journey is far easier with the help of new age technology. Our new infographic explores how different raising a child is today – […]

Obesity in Children

Obesity in Children

June 24, 2013

This infographic aims to take the statistic listing what children eat and compares it to ( moderately active children) nutritional needs. While the infographic tries to inform the viewer that not all children are the same and have different needs, it is evident that most children receive insufficient protein. Source

50 Most Frequently Given Names in Armenia

50 Most Frequently Given Names in Armenia

May 24, 2013

This infographic provides the most common names given to Armenian children and how many babies have been given those names in the past year. It also provides data for the number of girls and boys born in Armenia from 2001- 2010. Source

Super Dad

Super Dad

May 10, 2013

One of the most crucial elements of childhood is having a great father. A “father” does not necessarily live with the child’s mother, and may not even be the biological father, but he can still be a super dad. Source

The Production Line of Childhood Obesity

The Production Line of Childhood Obesity

March 19, 2013

Childhood obesity is becoming a large problem in North America. This infographic is about the variety of factors, from genetics to poor nutrition, that are contributing to the problem. The idea is that our society is essentially becoming a factory that is producing unhealthy children. Source


How Happy is the Meal You’re Paying F…

February 5, 2013

With iconic products, especially food products that are marketed primarily to children, I think it’s beneficial to take a moment to investigate how products this recognizable and loved have become so iconic. 37% of children say McDonald’s is their fast food chain of choice, and no other company gets more than 10% of their vote. […]


The Young Epidemic: Rise of Type 2 Diabetes Children

January 31, 2013

Over the past two decades, scientists have noticed a rising incidence of type 2 diabetes — which once affected almost exclusively middle-aged and elderly people — in children. What is this chronic disease, and how does it relate to America’s obesity crisis? Source


A Visual Look At The Cost of Kids In New York City

January 3, 2013

Everyone knows children are expensive… but no where are they more expensive than in New York City. The Big Apple has a lot to offer to families: the lush green of Central Park, excellent private schools, a wealth of family entertainment. But when it comes to paying up, you better have a wealth of resources. […]