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    Early periods may increase gestational diabetes risk

    Girls who start menstruating at a younger age are 50 per cent more likely to develop gestational diabetes, researchers including one of Indian origin have found. Gestational diabetes is an increasingly common pregnancy complication and can have long-lasting health consequences for mothers and their children. Researchers from University of Queensland in Australia analysed data from more than 4,700 women and found a higher number of women who reported having their first period at a younger age had later

    Science and Tech | March 6, 2017


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