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Topic - Neerav Desai
He said it's important for parents and doctors to be aware so they can help children emotionally prepare for the changes that come with puberty.
Dr. Neerav Desai, an adolescent medicine specialist at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, said he's seen a subtle trend toward slightly earlier puberty in boys.