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Kids, Hearing, and Language Development: When Should We Be Concerned?

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    Dr. Robert C. Fifer, associate professor and director of audiology and speech-language pathology at Mailman Center for Child Development, in the department of pediatrics at University of Miami School of Medicine, talks with host Dr. Bruce Bloom about what physicians need to know about speech and language development. What are other likely causes of slow development? When should chronic otitus media be a concern?

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    Dr. Robert C. Fifer, associate professor and director of audiology and speech-language pathology at Mailman Center for Child Development, in the department of pediatrics at University of Miami School of Medicine, talks with host Dr. Bruce Bloom about what physicians need to know about speech and language development. What are other likely causes of slow development? When should chronic otitus media be a concern?

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