Your body during adolescence

United States, 1954


Episode of Series “Health and Safety for You”.
Eighteen young people from thirteen to fifteen are shown to vary widely in size and shape, although all are changing from childhood to adulthood. The film mentions the general functions of the endocrine glands and the influence of the pituitary glands on growth changes, which may normally occur in any order. The structure and functioning of the male and female reproductive organs are outlined.

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