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ER physician Dr. Travis Stork issues a warning to all parents of athletes in order to protect their kids from abuse they may be happening within their organized sport. Psychologist Dr. Judy Ho shares some of the red flags parents can look out for such as sexual knowledge that isn’t developmentally appropriate for the age of the child, regression such as bedwetting, and anxiety or depression. If any of these changes are occurring in your child’s behavior, she encourages you to investigate further.