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The vexing stage we call puberty mystifies experts, too

Scientists have almost as many questions about what happens in the body during adolescence as middle schoolers and their exasperated parents do. 

An illustration shows silhouettes of kids climbing a wall of hexagons, which represent the shape of hormones

(Illustration by Mark Allen Miller)

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