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Temperature linked to gestational diabetes risk

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There is a link between temperature and diabetes There is a link between temperature and diabetes

CMAJ 2017 May 15;189(19):E682-9

Temperature shows a ‘direct relation’ with the likelihood of developing gestational diabetes mellitus, according to Canadian researchers who identified all 555 911 births in 396 828 women, from 2002 to 2014. Indeed, they warn that climate change may increase the number of cases of gestational diabetes.

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