Health Rewind: 25 Percent of Women Are Obese Before Pregnancy

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Early Puberty Linked to Behavior Problems

A recent study found that girls who develop puberty early are more at risk for behavioral problems. Researchers from Oregon Research Institute believe that the friends these girls may choose could be bad influences and warn parents to pay close attention, Reuters reports. Early puberty has also been linked to depression and low self-esteem, which can also affect behavior. 

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