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Psychology TodayWhether it is nuclear attack, killer bees, SARS, economic collapse, war or Ebola, there will always be something that can cause worry in young people. Our job as parents is to help our children deal with worrisome information by understanding how they think and process information at this formative time in their lives, and by giving them information they need to manage their thoughts and worries. Learn more in Dr. Dan Peters’ piece “Ebola 101: Managing Our Children’s Fears” on PSYCHOLOGY TODAY.

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