Parents should control children's exposure to news of Boston blasts

04/16/2013 | USA Today

Parents should turn off the TV to limit their children's exposure to images and messages related to the Boston Marathon bombing on Tuesday, child mental-health experts said. Roslyn Murov of Boston Children's Hospital suggested giving children a little information and asking if they have any questions.

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