Higher blood sugar in early pregnancy raises risk of congenital heart disease


eMediNexus    15 December 2017

According to a study published online December 15, 2017 in the Journal of Pediatrics, higher blood sugar levels early in pregnancy increase the risk of congenital heart disease, even in mothers who do not have diabetes.

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