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Growth and Development   Tags: adolescent health, puberty, sexual development  

Physical and sexual development from birth to adulthood
Last Updated: Jun 3, 2015 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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Statistics, Surveillance, and Reports

  • CDC - Healthy Youth - Selected Topics Fact Sheet
    These state, local, territorial, and tribal government fact sheets provide data on health education; HIV, STI, and pregnancy prevention; asthma; and school health coordination.
  • CDC - Youth Online - Interactive Statistics
    This interactive site allows the user to break down key elements to overall teen wellness. The statistics that it provides span from 1991-2011. They can also be analyzed by key demographics.
  • Unicef - The State of the World's Children - Country Statistics
    These statistics, which cover most, if not every country possible, breakdown the current situations for the world's populace. Special attention is given to social, economic, and health of women, children, and teens.
  • CDC - Child Development, Home - NCBDDD
    The early years of a child’s life are very important for their health and development. Parents, health professionals, educators, and others can work together as partners to help children grow up to reach their full potential.

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Citations for recently published journal articles, provided by the National Library of Medicine. Visit PubMed or use the PubMed search box (left) to learn more.

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