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Junior Activity Week 
Puberty
You are expected to know when puberty occurs in males and females and the changes that occur.
Why do these changes occur?
Understanding the biological changes that are occurring in your body helps explain why the process of puberty leads to you being capable of having children.   What signals puberty in a male?
In the female the onset of menstruation signals that a female has reached reproductive maturity.
Is it sufficient for you to be biologically capable of reproducing?
Are there risks associated with being a young mother?
Are there risks associated with being an older mother?
Can we explain the risks to a baby of poor maternal diet, smoking during pregnancy, drinking during pregnancy?
What are congenital birth defects compared to inherited conditions?
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