Study Shows Stuttering "Not Bad" For Well-Being. Here Are Some Famous Stutterers Who Turned Out Great.

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A group of Australian researchers spent years analyzing thousands of pre-schoolers, and on Monday published their findings: they discovered early-childhood stammering doesn't harm kids' well-being — in fact, it might actually help children develop verbal and non-verbal skills.

Stuttering, also called stammering, affects about one in ten children. Those who suffer from it, according to researchers, score higher in tests gauging their understanding of verbal and non-verbal cues. Some kids naturally outgrow stuttering, while some struggle with it into adulthood. We all know The King's Speech was based on the true story of Britain's King George VI, but who else struggled with a stutter? Keep clicking...

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