Report: Violent TV Puts Children at Risk for Aggression A 15-year study suggests that children who watch violent television shows are at an increased risk for aggression and violent behavior as they become young adults. NPR's Michelle Trudeau reports.
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Report: Violent TV Puts Children at Risk for Aggression

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Report: Violent TV Puts Children at Risk for Aggression

Report: Violent TV Puts Children at Risk for Aggression

Report: Violent TV Puts Children at Risk for Aggression

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A 15-year study suggests that children who watch violent television shows are at an increased risk for aggression and violent behavior as they become young adults. NPR's Michelle Trudeau reports.