Breast milk may help children recover from stuttering

08/6/2013 | International Business Times

U.S. researchers looked at 47 children with a stuttering problem and found that those who were breast-fed for a longer period of time, particularly boys, were more likely to recover naturally from stuttering. The study in the Journal of Communication Disorders showed that breast-feeding for more than a year was associated with a one-sixth risk of developing persistent stuttering compared with no breast-feeding.

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