Thumb sucking and nail biting: When should you be concerned?

Does your child have a habit that he or she just can’t seem to break? Thumb sucking and nail biting are among the most common habits children may develop. At a young age, these simple habits can be considered a comfort measure, but if continued they could be a reason for concern.

Are these habits normal?

Find out in this post from the CHOG blog.

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