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Study: Military Kids Often Suffer From Anxiety

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Study: Military Kids Often Suffer From Anxiety

Children's Health

Study: Military Kids Often Suffer From Anxiety

Study: Military Kids Often Suffer From Anxiety

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A new study shows that three to five-year-old military children who have a deployed parent suffer from anxiety, depression or aggression. Madeleine Brand speaks with medical contributor Dr. Sydney Spiesel about the research.

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