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Early Period is Red Flag for Teen Girls' Health

Thursday, April 23, 2015

The average age of puberty in the U.K., and other parts of the world, is younger than it was 60 years ago. This can be a problem for girls when precocious puberty leads to emotional and behavioral difficulties.

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