Lockdown linked to rise in gestational diabetes

Melbourne lockdowns see gestational diabetes cases rise, while experts warn women are missing out on funded-education and support. COVID lockdowns could be behind an increase seen in the rate of gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM), along with the rise in the number of babies born large for gestational age, according to an ongoing study1 of public

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