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Stuttering: The Courage to Conquer

What causes stuttering, how is it treated, and does it indicate any kind of underlying cognitive issue?

Stuttering (also known as stammering) is a disruption in the  normal flow and rhythm of speech that can present in many ways, including repeating a sound, word, or phrase (for example,...

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