Experts share their tips on how to prevent misbehavior in kids and teens.
TUESDAY, May 26, 2020 (HealthDay News) -- When kids and teens chafe under COVID-19 quarantine, how can parents stop the meltdowns and misbehavior?
Start with understanding: Young people miss their friends and their freedom. Younger kids might respond by throwing tantrums. Teens might isolate themselves, ignore social distancing rules or sneak out to see friends.
To curb negative behavior, experts from Penn State Children's Hospital offer their advice.