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ad·o·les·cent

(ad-ŏ-les'ĕnt),
1. Pertaining to adolescence.
2. A person in that stage of development.

adolescent

(ăd′l-ĕs′ənt)
adj.
Of, relating to, or undergoing adolescence.
n.
A young person who has undergone puberty but who has not reached full maturity.

Adolescent

A person in the period of developmental maturation between puberty and young adulthood; a teenager.

adolescent

A person in the adolescent period. See Homeless adolescent, Teenage pregnancy.

ad·o·les·cent

(ad'ŏ-les'ĕnt)
1. Pertaining to adolescence.
2. A person in that stage of development.

ad·o·les·cent

(ad'ŏ-les'ĕnt)
1. Pertaining to adolescence.
2. A person in that stage of development.
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Unicef representative Aida Girma said the campaign would be instrumental in increasing the capacity and confidence of adolescents and would encourage them to creatively express themselves in the public domain.
Early pregnancies in Turkey can frequently be attributed to early marriages.4 It is known that pregnant adolescents usually do not plan their pregnancies and have limited access to the social and economic resources.6 Therefore, pregnant adolescents may need more social support than adult pregnant.
In each household, the adolescent girl was carefully briefed regarding the purpose of the study.
Close parent and adolescent relationship, noble parenting abilities, mutual activities of family and encouraging parental attitude all have significant effects on adolescents' well-being and personality development (South, Krueger, Johnson and Iacono, 2008).
Top 5 causes of death for adolescents 10-19 years in 2015.
"The detection of health-related problems among adolescents is done through the assessment of health status, measurement of the growth standards, clinical examination, vision screening and anaemia.
There are several reasons why it is important to compare early and late adolescents with respect to depression anxiety symptoms and coping styles.
Research Question: What are the types of health care services utilization among adolescents in rural health centre (RHC) of Muzaffarnagar (UP).
For the pregnant adolescent, her pregnancy supersedes high school graduation as the benchmark for her being viewed as an adult.
While the strategic priorities are relevant to adolescents of all three age categories, i.e., 9-13 years, 14-16 years and 17-19 years, distinction has been made where more emphasis needs to be on a certain age bracket of adolescents.
The Minister urged upon media and the civil society to play their positive role in timely identification of wrong doings in violation of the Punjab Adolescent Strategy.
Adolescent Religiosity as a Mediator of the Relationship Between Parental Religiosity and Adolescent Health Outcomes

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