Late Puberty: Weighing the Option for Kids

April 12, 2017

Puberty usually makes headlines for hitting kids at younger and younger ages, but late puberty continues to have an impact. Usually, kids are healthy and don't require any treatment for delayed puberty. "Most commonly, the cause is not one that's a threat to a child's health," says Donald Zimmerman, MD, Head of Endocrinology. Read more in US News & World Report.