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05 July 2011

Late talkers do fine as they grow up

In good news to parents of late talkers, an Australian study shows a slow start on language is unlikely to have lingering effects on kids' mental health.

In good news to parents of late talkers, an Australian study shows a slow start on language is unlikely to have lingering effects on kids' mental health.

Up to 18% affected by language delays

 
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