High Blood-Sugar in Pregnancy Increases Baby’s Heart Defect Risk – NDTV


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High Blood-Sugar in Pregnancy Increases Baby's Heart Defect Risk
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New York: Pregnant women with high blood-sugar levels – even if it is below the cutoff for diabetes – are more likely to have babies with congenital heart defects, says a new study. "We already knew that women with diabetes were at significantly
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