Early development in girls raises concerns about long-term effects

Researchers believe signs of puberty in girls are appearing earlier, raising concerns about girls' health and well being. Early development could mean fewer total years of growth and increased social problems, and early periods have been linked to risk of breast cancer, although the mechanism is not understood. Possible explanations for earlier development include obesity, environmental exposure to chemicals and stress.

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