Physical activity declines during the transition from childhood through adolescence
In Harry's world, it turns out that the everyday struggles of adolescence
are scarier than anything a dark lord - even one raised from the dead - can muster.
Klein JD and the Committee on Adolescence
, Adolescent pregnancy: current trends and issues, Pediatrics, 2005, 116(1):281-286.
Although the rates of depression are reported to be approximately the same in boys and girls before adolescence
, and slightly elevated in boys at pre-pubescence, the predominance of depression among girls is well established by mid-adolescence
, and continues into young adulthood and middle age.
Research shows up to 30% of adult obesity begins with being overweight during childhood or adolescence
Age becomes a critical element in discussing adolescence
because, to put puberty much later in earlier historical periods seems to imply that we now face unique sexual problems about adolescence
But if a person gets an Epstein-Barr infection after the onset of adolescence
, the virus can cause infectious mononucleosis.
To examine the effects of past milk consumption on current BMD, recalls of past milk consumption during childhood and adolescence
were administered to 118 Caucasian college women aged 18 to 30 years.
And as the camera records their entry into adolescence
, the girls become perceptibly, if slightly, stranger to each other, infinitesimally more distant.
In many ways, adolescence
is the healthiest and most resilient period of the lifespan.
Anything can happen in adolescence
," wrote Agnes de Mille about that tremulous age in which we are almost unbearably sensitive.
Now we are invited to think about the existence of adolescence
as a specific stage of development among the peoples of the premodern West.