Adolescence, Biology

ADOLESCENCE -

It is the period of growth from the onset of puberty to the completion of growth & maturity. It extends between 12- 20 yrs.

It is a period of rapid physical & psychlogical changes.

As a health problem all adolescents have acne (An erruptive skin disease caused by inflammation of sebaceus gladns), chiefly on face.

Treatment includes regular cleaning & local applications of keralolytic lotion or gel and antibiotic.

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