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Go ahead and curse in front of your kids, expert says. But do you agree?

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A cognitive scientist at U.C. San Diego says, “go ahead and curse in front of your kids” because there’s no definitive proof that swearing around children encourages aggression. The TODAY anchors point out that there could be undesired consequences to unrestrained cursing.