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1 in 5: Kids at Risk (Preschool Depression) #1118600

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Dec 10, 2017
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(Studio: Kate Snow) A series on children's mental health entitled "1 in 5" introduced.

(St. Louis: Kate Snow) A look at depression in preschool kids featured; details given about study findings at Washington University in St. Louis helping parents deal with their kids. [Mother Vickie HARPER - talks about her daughter's long tantrums & how she can describe now her moods.] [Washington University Dr. Joan LUBY††- addresses preschool depression; cites the benefits of early detection.] The use of therapy instead of medication to help the kids noted.

Snow, Kate

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