What Are the Main Stages of the Human Life Cycle?

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The four main stages of Human cycle include birth and infancy, childhood, adolescence and adulthood. Birth usually takes place between fertilization and 40 weeks following fertilization whereas infancy lasts from birth through the first year of life. On the other hand, childhood is between the ages of one and ten and adolescence is between 12 and 18. Lastly, adulthood is the longest and it lasts from age 18 to old age.
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