"While children younger than three aren't going to understand what is happening on television, they will be able to pick up on the "fear, urgency, or anger in people's voices and behaviors," Radesky said.
At this age, stress shows up in fussy or unregulated behavior. To keep that from occurring, parents should read, listen to or watch the news when the baby isn't physically there."
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Protecting your children from the disturbing images of riots and police brutality is a battle in today's smartphone-addicted society. Here are expert tips on how to help your child navigate the trauma...