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Your child says “poon” for “spoon” and “fum” for “thumb”. How do you know if this is normal, or if they have a speech or language impairment? Shutterstock

How to tell if your child has a speech or language impairment

Babies are born communicating. Their cries and coos speak volumes. However, much-anticipated first words do not appear until 12 months later. By 18 months, the average child says about 50 words. By the…
While stuttering affects one in ten children under the age of four, it doesn’t affect emotional development. VinothChandar

Stuttering is common, but for pre-schoolers, not necessarily harmful

What did Moses, Marilyn Monroe, Winston Churchill, Claudius, Lewis Carroll and King George VI have in common? They were all known to stutter. A new study - by me and my collaborators around Australia and…
Universities could be oversupplying graduates in a number of key health fields. Graduate image from www.shutterstock.com

Too many graduates, not enough jobs: universities, profits and clinical need

What if, after several years of studying in an intense degree program, you graduate only to find no jobs within your field? Since 2012, public universities have been allowed to determine the number of…

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