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  • Breastfeeding may protect against persistent stuttering

    U. of I. speech and hearing science professor emerita Nicoline Ambrose and her colleague found that infants who were breastfed in infancy were more likely to recover from stuttering than those who weren't.  Click photo to enlarge

    U. of I. speech and hearing science professor emerita Nicoline Ambrose and her colleague found that infants who were breastfed in infancy were more likely to recover from stuttering than those who weren't. Click photo to enlarge

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  • To reach Nicoline Ambrose, call 217-333-2230; email nambrose@illinois.edu. To reach Jamie Mahurin-Smith, call 309-438-5308; email j.m.smith@ilstu.edu. The paper, “Breastfeeding May Protect Against Persistent Stuttering,” is available online.