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The 9/11 terror attacks: Emotional consequences persist for children

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The continuing psychological effects of the terrorist attacks of 9/11/01 are felt nationwide. Pediatricians can be an important source of credible, clear information and advice for parents, and can help distinguish typical reactions from those that may require further assessment.

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