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When it comes to using sippy cups, stick to the short term
Parenting Advice
John Rosemond Color
John Rosemond
Research finds that so-called “sippy cups” — spill-free cups used by most American preschoolers — are linked to speech problems as well as early dental issues. A sippy cup’s spout depresses a child’s tongue, thus contributing to “lazy tongue” syndrome — sloppy “th” and “st” sounds.
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