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arrow Q & A on gestational diabetes
High blood sugar levels during pregnancy can occur because of the hormonal changes that a woman goes through. I HAVE been pregnant since January this year. During my most recent medical check-up, the doctor told me that I have high blood sugar levels. I am naturally very frightened for the baby. Do I have diabetes?
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arrow TV and soda: small habits cause weight creep
(Reuters) - Just a few bad habits -- watching TV, eating potato chips, having a sugary soda at lunch or staying up too late at night -- can add up to a steady creep of pounds over the years, U.S. researchers said on Wednesday.
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arrow Belanja besar rawat diabetes
MUNGKIN ramai yang tidak tahu bahawa hampir 1.2 juta rakyat Malaysia menghidap penyakit kencing manis atau diabetes. Angka itu adalah hasil kaji selidik Sindrom Metabolik Malaysia 2008. Kajian tersebut telah dijalankan ke atas rakyat Malaysia bagi melihat kadar penyebarluasan penyakit Diabetes Mellitus Jenis 2.
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arrow Proposed diabetes test misses most cases: study
(Reuters Health) - A new proposed diabetes test could miss millions of cases of diabetes and pre-diabetes and also over-diagnose black Americans if it was used as a screening tool, suggests a new study.
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arrow Special formula may help prevent childhood diabetes: study
(Reuters) - Researchers said on Wednesday they found some evidence that keeping babies off cow's milk may help prevent the development of type 1 diabetes in children with an inherited risk of the disease.
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arrow Diabetes risk may be slightly higher for preemies
(Reuters Health) - Babies born early may have a small increased risk of diabetes when they grow up, a Swedish study says. A full-term pregnancy lasts at least 37 weeks. Children who spent less time in the womb had a slightly higher risk -- less than 1 percent higher -- of developing diabetes at some point in their life, according to the paper in Diabetes Care.
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