Secular trends in age at menarche in 20th century Mexico: Differences by ethnicity, area of residency, and socioeconomic status.

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Summary of "Secular trends in age at menarche in 20th century Mexico: Differences by ethnicity, area of residency, and socioeconomic status."

This study aims to assess the secular trend in age at menarche (AAM) in Mexico over the 20th century, and compare the patterns according to area of residence (rural/urban), socioeconomic status (SES), and ethnicity (indigenous/nonindigenous).


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Name: American journal of human biology : the official journal of the Human Biology Council
ISSN: 1520-6300
Pages: e23404


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