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Data published by Unicef this week (July 22nd) indicated the extent of female genital mutilation (FGM) around the world.
Higher caffeine intake could lead to more severe hot flashes and night sweats during the menopause, according to a new study from the Mayo Clinic in the US.
The age at which girls reach puberty is influenced by so-called ‘imprinted’ genes, a new study shows.
According to an international study published in Nature, researchers have identified 123 genetic variations that appeared to be linked to when girls reach sexual maturity.