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Babies With Low Birth Weight More Likely to Develop Type 2 Diabetes Later in Life

Researchers at the Channing Laboratory in Boston have discovered that babies who are born with a low birth weight are more likely to develop type 2 diabetes as they get older.

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A Cause for Pregnant Pause

Some women with type 1 diabetes will need additional insulin during their pregnancy and a new blood test can reveal one reason why.

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Combining Pregnancy And Diabetes:

I am writing from my personal perspective about diabetes and pregnancy for two reasons: One, because I am a mother and a type I diabetic, and two, because I am a big believer in the virtues of a diabetes and pregnancy team. I don't think I could have had a successful pregnancy without it. I wanted the perfect baby, but, given my medical problems and diabetes, I knew I needed help.

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