On this website, child psychiatrist Dr. Victor Carrion tackles the needs of kids during wartime. As director of the Early Life Stress Research Program at Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital at Stanford University Medical Center, Dr. Carrion reminds parents to assure their kids that they are safe. Parents should be prepared for the questions about how many people (and kids) are going to die in this war, and what we are going to do for families in Iraq. He too believes young children should be shielded from the media coverage of the war; and he suggests that adolescents be allowed to watch, but that they be given time to discuss what they see with adults.
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