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Gestational diabetes is diabetes that is found for the first time when a woman is pregnant. Out of every 100 pregnant women in the United States, three to eight get gestational diabetes. Diabetes means that your blood glucose (also called blood sugar) is too high. Your body uses glucose for energy. But too much glucose in your blood can be harmful. When you are pregnant, too much glucose is not good for your baby.
PCOS linked to higher risk of adverse birth outcomes

PCOS linked to higher risk of adverse birth outcomes

Perinatal depression may increase cardiovascular disease risk

Perinatal depression may increase cardiovascular disease risk

New challenges in cancer care: cardiovascular disease and environmental factors

New challenges in cancer care: cardiovascular disease and environmental factors

Cluster analysis identifies distinct subgroups of gestational diabetes patients

Cluster analysis identifies distinct subgroups of gestational diabetes patients

Early management of gestational diabetes can prevent maternal and child health complications

Early management of gestational diabetes can prevent maternal and child health complications

COVID-19 vaccines reduce infection and complications in pregnant women

COVID-19 vaccines reduce infection and complications in pregnant women

Antenatal COVID-19 vaccination shown to be safe for pregnant women and their babies

Antenatal COVID-19 vaccination shown to be safe for pregnant women and their babies

How do extreme weather conditions impact maternal health in low-income and middle-income countries?

How do extreme weather conditions impact maternal health in low-income and middle-income countries?

Microplastics: Invisible to the eye but severely harmful to pregnancy and metabolic outcomes

Microplastics: Invisible to the eye but severely harmful to pregnancy and metabolic outcomes

Oral semaglutide shows promising results for type 2 diabetes in routine clinical settings

Oral semaglutide shows promising results for type 2 diabetes in routine clinical settings

Plant-based diets reduce cancer and heart disease risks, study shows

Plant-based diets reduce cancer and heart disease risks, study shows

USC researcher receives $3.1M to study early brain development in babies born to diabetic mothers

USC researcher receives $3.1M to study early brain development in babies born to diabetic mothers

Lactate is essential to buffering the effects of a carbohydrate meal, study shows

Lactate is essential to buffering the effects of a carbohydrate meal, study shows

Understanding the impact of blood glucose levels on birth complications in gestational diabetes

Understanding the impact of blood glucose levels on birth complications in gestational diabetes

AVAnT1A study: Investigating early COVID-19 vaccination and type 1 diabetes risk in children

AVAnT1A study: Investigating early COVID-19 vaccination and type 1 diabetes risk in children

Study highlights nutrition therapy's potential to manage gestational diabetes effectively

Study highlights nutrition therapy's potential to manage gestational diabetes effectively

Study emphasizes the importance of weight management before and after pregnancy for military populations

Study emphasizes the importance of weight management before and after pregnancy for military populations

Research explores how moms' obesity reprograms babies

Research explores how moms' obesity reprograms babies

Placental IGFBP1: A key factor in development of gestational diabetes

Placental IGFBP1: A key factor in development of gestational diabetes

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