Early puberty may trigger anxiety

Children who go through puberty early are at greater risk of anxiety and depression later in adolescence, research has found.

Melbourne University and Orygen Youth Health researchers found that those who went through puberty earlier than their peers had an enlarged pituitary gland – the part of the brain responsible for triggering puberty – and were in turn more likely to have symptoms of depression by the time they were young adults.

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