The Kids Are Not Alright : Latino USA How does stress at home affect kids? We meet American siblings whose mother lacks legal status to explore the consequences of immigration policy, and visit a doctor screening babies for mental health.

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Bill de la Rosa packs and says goodbye to family before catching his flight back to college in Maine. He tells his younger siblings to do good in school and promises to check in on them a couple of times a week.. Photo taken Sunday, Aug. 30, 2015. Mike Christy /Arizona Daily Star hide caption

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Bill de la Rosa packs and says goodbye to family before catching his flight back to college in Maine. He tells his younger siblings to do good in school and promises to check in on them a couple of times a week.. Photo taken Sunday, Aug. 30, 2015.

Bill de la Rosa packs and says goodbye to family before catching his flight back to college in Maine. He tells his younger siblings to do good in school and promises to check in on them a couple of times a week.. Photo taken Sunday, Aug. 30, 2015.

Mike Christy /Arizona Daily Star

The Kids Are Not Alright

How does stress at home affect kids? We meet American siblings whose mother lacks legal status to explore the consequences of immigration policy, and visit a doctor screening babies for mental health.

American Siblings in a Family Divided By Law

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Do Babies Need Psychologists?

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