How to Protect Your Child From the Effects of Toxic Stress
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When children experience hard moments over time, like harsh language, a painful loss, or natural disaster, they can have a tough time bouncing back. Toxic stress can build up in their bodies and make it hard for them to learn new things or even fight off illnesses. The good news is that parents can protect their children from toxic stress.
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