Study: Early puberty in girls is not tied to long-term problems

06/4/2010 | Reuters

Duke University researchers found that girls who begin puberty a year or two before their peers may have more difficulty in adolescence but do not face more long-term problems than girls who mature later. However, early maturers were three times as likely to suffer from depression compared with those who matured on time or late, the study found.

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