Critics question claim that supplement treats verbal apraxia

09/17/2010 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

Consumer experts question a claim by a Chicago company, NourishLife, that its supplement called Speak can help children with the speech disorder verbal apraxia, the Chicago Tribune reports. The company calls the mix of vitamins and omega-3 fatty acids a pharmaceutical-grade product, but critics say it is unregulated and that families could be spending money on a questionable treatment.

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