But having a psychiatric diagnosis or a close call dramatically raised the odds that adulthood
would have rough patches.
The challenges, difficulties, and rewards one seeks or encounters upon entry into adulthood
are some of the best material a novelist could ask for, and the protagonists, not being fully formed, are the perfect medium for the novelist's imagination.
When they reached 45, they filled in another questionnaire on the amount and kind of pain they had experienced in adulthood
KEY WORDS: adolescent mothers; educational attainment; high school; transition to adulthood
To describe changes in intake during the transition from middle adolescence to young adulthood
and identify baseline correlates of calcium intake in young adulthood
, US researchers analysed data from Project EAT (Eating Among Teens).
A total of 93 members supported the amendment, which defined adulthood
as starting at the age of 18.
He also wrote and starred in both Kidulthood and Adulthood
, and directed the latter.
The news is of concern because, although high blood pressure in middle age is a well known risk factor for cardiovascular disease, it was previously unknown what the consequences of low-level elevations in young adulthood
Dietary patterns in childhood may affect risk for certain cancers in adulthood
Instead of being part of a work that's the result of the daily grind of a soap opera, we see her as one of the stars of the movie ADULTHOOD
, the gritty new flick from the same people that brought us Kidulthood two years ago.
Over twenty ideas to celebrate ones child marching toward adulthood
with thirty songs to celebrate with, along with invaluable and sage wisdom and advice for parents who don't want to let go, among other information.
Six chapters on the major life-stages (infancy, childhood, adolescence, emerging adulthood
and young adulthood
, middle adulthood
, and late adulthood
) constitute the bulk of the volume, where the interweaving of the two disciplinary strands is accomplished.