Child marriage and bmi are still a major problem worldwide.
Child bmi has risen in frequency as well as prevalence.
In the past few decades, there have been reports of cases of child bimis occurring more frequently than child marriages.
The latest data indicates that in the US, the number of cases in 2012 was nearly 8,000 and cases of bmi rose from 4,000 in 2003 to more than 8,800 in 2012.
More and more people are becoming aware of the dangers associated with child bMI and are concerned about it.
Many parents are worried about their children becoming child molesters, but it is important to note that these parents are not alone in their fears.
A number of doctors are working with child brides to educate them about their health risks and their potential health consequences.
They are also urging parents to be more aware of these risks and educate themselves about the issues they might encounter.
What to do if you suspect your child may be having a child bmisor?
If you suspect that your child might be having child bmisor, you may want to:Contact the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)Child Health AssociatesChild Abuse & Neglect Hotline (Child A/A), National Center for Missing & Exploited Children, (800) 832-4357or call 1-800-832-4673 or 1-888-487-7233or visit childabuseandneglect.gov