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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.
Can metabolic phenotyping of pregnant women, beyond pre-pregnancy obesity or gestational diabetes status, improve the assessment of adiposity risk in offspring?

Can metabolic phenotyping of pregnant women, beyond pre-pregnancy obesity or gestational diabetes status, improve the assessment of adiposity risk in offspring?

Growth trajectories among infants with vs without in utero COVID-19 exposure

Growth trajectories among infants with vs without in utero COVID-19 exposure

Complications, pathophysiology, and treatment of type 2 diabetes differ by sex

Complications, pathophysiology, and treatment of type 2 diabetes differ by sex

Changes in screening practices explain the increase in gestational diabetes

Changes in screening practices explain the increase in gestational diabetes

Diabetes WA calls for greater recognition of diabetes impact on Aboriginal Communities

Diabetes WA calls for greater recognition of diabetes impact on Aboriginal Communities

Mediterranean diet associated with reduction in woman's risks of cardiovascular disease and death

Mediterranean diet associated with reduction in woman's risks of cardiovascular disease and death

Light exposure before bedtime may be a easily modifiable risk factor of gestational diabetes

Light exposure before bedtime may be a easily modifiable risk factor of gestational diabetes

How maternal obesity and gestational diabetes can impact DNA methylation in infants

How maternal obesity and gestational diabetes can impact DNA methylation in infants

Maternal obesity alters the structure of placenta more than gestational diabetes mellitus

Maternal obesity alters the structure of placenta more than gestational diabetes mellitus

Study: Half of adverse pregnancy outcomes occur in individuals without any heart disease risk factors

Study: Half of adverse pregnancy outcomes occur in individuals without any heart disease risk factors

Common pregnancy complications may be linked to slower biological development in infants

Common pregnancy complications may be linked to slower biological development in infants

Technology-assisted pregnancies increase the likelihood of preeclampsia

Technology-assisted pregnancies increase the likelihood of preeclampsia

Health status, rather than age linked to rising rates of adverse pregnancy outcomes

Health status, rather than age linked to rising rates of adverse pregnancy outcomes

Study finds protein biomarkers in women with perinatal mood and anxiety disorder symptoms

Study finds protein biomarkers in women with perinatal mood and anxiety disorder symptoms

Hypertensive disorders of pregnancy associated with future cardiovascular risk

Hypertensive disorders of pregnancy associated with future cardiovascular risk

Large-for-gestational age birth associated with elevated risk of developing Type 2 diabetes 10-14 years later

Large-for-gestational age birth associated with elevated risk of developing Type 2 diabetes 10-14 years later

Specialized fetal imaging to detect heart anomalies during pregnancy

Specialized fetal imaging to detect heart anomalies during pregnancy

Hemoglobin A1C testing is crucial to monitor heart health

Hemoglobin A1C testing is crucial to monitor heart health

Preventing, diagnosing, and treating cardiovascular disease in women

Preventing, diagnosing, and treating cardiovascular disease in women

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