Some teens take longer to grow into their adult height than others and may continue to harbor some of that "baby fat." But you should discourage your teen from.
Obese teens who find it difficult to lose baby fat, will most often become obese adults, a new study shows.
Scientists believe the reason why teens put on 'puppy fat' is because they Babies born by caesarean 'are 15% more likely to become obese'.
Haha I'm 22 and I still have baby fat in my face. It drives me CRAZY! I have a relatively slender body, but in photos my face still shows up as kind of chubby.
These days, baby fat turns into kid fat, which turns into teen fat, which turns into adult fat--with all the health consequences adult fat brings.