Why Has Early Puberty Skyrocketed During the Pandemic?
Typically, young females don't enter puberty until around age 10 to 11. But for some unknown reason, since early 2020, doctors around the world have seen a dramatic uptick in early puberty.
Incidence of early puberty has surged since the start of the COVID pandemic, and is affecting children at ages that are historically unprecedented
Many children diagnosed with slow-progressing early puberty also experienced an acceleration of pubertal progressing during and/or after lockdown
Early puberty can have serious consequences for…
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