When anxiety happens as early as preschool, treatments can help

Young children may need a different kind of therapy to accommodate their developing brains

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YOUNG AND ANXIOUS  Worries can sideline a child as early as preschool, so researchers are designing therapies that help young brains do a reality check when unwarranted fears arise.

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