Psychology/ Human Growth

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1. One undesirable change that often occurs during adolescent growth spurt is a(n)
a. Dangerous enlargement in heart size
b. Change in eye shape, causing nearsightedness
c. Increased likelihood of asthma
d. Decrease in lung capacity

I have a college test due this week and I can't find half of the answers! Someone please help me!

  • Psychology/ Human Growth -

    This article goes along with my experiences.

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    Ms.Sue you are amazing! Thank you for your time and patience on helping me with those two questions! :)

  • Psychology/ Human Growth -

    You're very welcome. Two of my three children became near-sighted when they were around 12 or 13. :-)

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