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Kids belong from high-income families do better at both, but researchers not exactly sure why:
New research suggests the income and education levels of parents are connected to a baby's skills with gesturing, which in turn can indicate whether a child will develop strong language abilities."The children who are gesturing about more things in their environment have larger vocabularies later,"
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