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Gene linked to early puberty in girls

A study conducted in the United States of America has zeroed in on the culprit behind the falling age of attaining puberty. A gene has been isolated which is said to be the cause for girls attaining puberty as early as 8- 10 years. However the most widely held explanation for this is growing childhood obesity, intake of rich foods and lack of physical activity...Also scientists were keen on the r...

Early puberty linked to nutrition

According to a research done by the school of Medicine from Harvard,after studying the eating behavior and the growing indexes of 67 girls, concluded that the inclusion of more animal fats and less vegetables in the diet between the 6th and 8th year of age took some of the participants of the research to an early puberty. ....The results of the research is of great importance to modify certain...

Early puberty more resistance

A recent study has found that early puberty and late menopause have better chances of surviving a broken hip.Broken hips are a common symptom of osteoporosis, or brittle bone disease.// Most women who sustain a hip fracture survive, but sometimes death can occur as a result. .. ..Researchers in Norway sought to investigate the impact a woman's reproductive variables, such as age when her periods...

Puberty may be due to GPR54 gene and KiSS-1 Molecule

The dawn of Genetic research has indeed unleashed several social and moral issues that are forcing governments, institutions and individuals to introspect within themselves.// However, it has also managed to shed new light on the understanding of human development. ..A recent announcement made by a U.S research team from the University of Pittsburg, has opened perhaps a new chapter in the unders...

Pubertal development may predispose women to pain and other symptoms

Although chronic/recurrent pain is generally considered a problem of adults, rates of some pain conditions - particularly back pain and headache - are substantial in adolescents, ranging from 20-50% of the teenage population.// ..Temporomandibular (TMD) pain, abdominal pain, migraine and tension-type headache are more prevalent in adult women than in men. ..Female reproductive hormones are know...

Stress brings about early onset of puberty

According to researchers, stress among youth associated with parental separation and absentee fathers may accelerate puberty//. ..The researchers at the John Moores University in Liverpool have found that the failure of politicians, teachers and at times parents in recognizing the physical and emotional changes in youth, accelerates their stress and results in poor physical and mental health. ....

Children’s Television Viewing Linked to Early Pubert

A latest report published in the current issue of Biologist, the journal of the Institute of Biology suggests that children// who spend long hours in front of television or computers are said to be at a greater risk for developing various diseases later in life. ..Aric Sigman, a psychologist who undertook this study reveals that increase in time spent before TV or computer by children may have h...

Childhood Obesity Linked to Early Puberty.

Obese four year old girls are expected to reach puberty before their 10th birthday. This was revealed by a study in UK which tracked children from when they were infants to// when they reached 12 years. This study is the first of its kind and established a clear link between early obesity and early puberty. ..According to the researchers, obesity trend in Britain is similar to that in US and it...

Girls With Early Puberty at Greater Risk for Drugs, Sex, Alcohol

Teenaged girls who mature physically sooner than their peers and who also have a romantic partner// at least two years older have a higher risk for substance abuse, sex and a combination of sex and drug use, according to a study. ....“Adolescent girls and boys all are at risk for experimenting with sex, alcohol and drugs,” said Carolyn Tucker Halpern, associate professor of maternal and child he...

Mother’s Age Of Puberty Onset May Affect Childre

According to a report published in PLoS Medicine journal by Cambridge researchers, several factors are affected by the age at which a woman first menstruates.// ..These are her children's growth rate during childhood, final height and risk of obesity in later life. ..Researchers from the Medical Research Council and University of Cambridge, led by Dr Ken Ong, studied the association between m...

Obesity Could Be Linked to Mother's Early Puberty

Those born to mothers who attained early puberty tend to be overweight as children, say UK researchers.// ....Such children could also grow rapidly. And this faster growth pattern is also linked to obesity in adulthood. The findings follow a study of 6,000 children by a Cambridge university team. ....It is already known that age at which a girl has her first period - or reaches "menarche" -...
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