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Watch►BABIES BORN WITH DIABETES CAN BE CURED WITHOUT INSULIN | How To Treat Neonatal Diabetes #FreeDiabetes How does diabetes affect unborn baby? What are the risks of being diabetic and pregnant? What are the chances of having a diabetic child? Can diabetes cause birth defects? Infants of mothers who have diabetes may have more difficulty regulating their blood sugar. High blood sugar can be caused by illness or stress. It's also common in preemies born very early, because the organ that makes insulin (pancreas) is not fully developed You Want Really Control Your Sugar Levels by Using Natural Remedies And Smoothies At Home And Low Price, Then Watch This Channel #FD ( Free Diabetes ) : https://goo.gl/jBTFPc And Also Follow Us On Facebook : https://goo.gl/7Jws9o Blogger: https://goo.gl/StU7lW Play List : https://goo.gl/9VsAEq Twitter : https://goo.gl/4OcKoW Babies Born With Diabetes Can Be Cured Without Insulin Neonatal diabetes mellitus (NDM) is defined as a disease that affects an infant and their body's ability to produce or use insulin. NDM is a monogenic form of diabetes that occurs in the first 6 months of life. Infants do not produce enough insulin, leading to an increase in glucose accumulation. PNDM and TNDM are inherited genetically from the mother or father of the infant. Different genetic inheritance or genetic mutations can lead to different diagnosis of NDM, Permanent or Transient Neonatal Diabetes Mellitus. A new study suggests, Babies born with diabetes can now be treated successfully with tablets instead of injections. Scientists have examined data collected over the last decade from patients diagnosed with neonatal diabetes who switched from receiving insulin injections to “sulphonylurea tablets”. Researchers from the University of Exeter have collaborated with groups in Norway, Italy, France and Poland to analyse findings from 81 patients from 20 different countries. The results showed they were successfully treated through sulphonylurea tablets and had excellent blood sugar control over the long-term. Neonatal diabetes is diagnosed before the age of six months and in half of all cases is caused by a mutation in their KCNJ11 gene, which is involved in keeping insulin-producing cells in the pancreas working properly. This results in life-threatening diabetes soon after birth. In 2006, scientists discovered that around half of people with neonatal diabetes could “come off insulin” injections and be treated more effectively with “sulphonylurea tablets”. In these patients, the tablets provide the key to unlocking the closed door of the insulin-producing beta cells. Half of people with type 2 diabetes treated with sulphonylureas no longer have good blood sugar control after five years. Study has found that in neonatal diabetes, the tablets are safe and they work long term - with 93% of people in the study remaining on sulphonylureas alone after 10 years, with excellent blood sugar control Thanks For Watching This Video Like and Subscribe ========================================== DISCLAIMER: The information provided on this channel and its videos is for general purposes only and should not be considered as professional advice. We are trying to provide a perfect, valid, specific, detailed information .we are not a licensed professional so make sure with your professional consultant in case you need. All the content published in our channel is our own creativity -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Americans Are Missing This Wonderful Herb Which Cure diabetes 100% Natural" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pyOgRRYGz44 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
TTC UPDATE | Type 1 Diabetes | Can we have babies?
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Gestational Diabetes Complications Gestational Diabetes in Pregnancy Effect on Babies
In this Video We Will Explain you Gestational Diabetes Complications Gestational Diabetes in Pregnancy Effect on Babies Complications of gestational diabetes Most women who have gestational diabetes deliver healthy babies. However, untreated or uncontrolled blood sugar levels can cause problems for you and your baby. Complications in your baby can occur as a result of gestational diabetes, including: • Excess growth. Extra glucose can cross the placenta, which triggers your baby's pancreas to make extra insulin. This can cause your baby to grow too large (macrosomia). Very large babies are more likely to require a C-section birth. Don't forget to Subscribe our Channel on youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZfbt10Zz-4dRXMW7zqXHdw Home Remedies for Diabetes Naturally Cure Diabetes Treatments https://youtu.be/KAGUH-NnmT0 Home Remedies for Diabetes| How to Control Sugar, Reverse and Prevent Diabetes? https://youtu.be/b1V6f0QO4ow Treatments for Diabetes Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes | Prevent Diabetes https://youtu.be/VaJR02MhIps How To Get Rid of Diabetes Naturally? Gestational Diabetes Complications and Prevent Diabetes https://youtu.be/TTm57_7ajZI Treatment for Diabetes Natural Diabetes Treatment All Types of Diabetes https://youtu.be/Gsb6iSP4lwo Gestational Diabetes Complications Gestational Diabetes in Pregnancy Effect on Babies https://youtu.be/dK5-vGOn-lI • Low blood sugar. Sometimes babies of mothers with gestational diabetes develop low blood sugar (hypoglycemia) shortly after birth because their own insulin production is high. Prompt feedings and sometimes an intravenous glucose solution can return the baby's blood sugar level to normal. • Type 2 diabetes later in life. Babies of mothers who have gestational diabetes have a higher risk of developing obesity and type 2 diabetes later in life. • Death. Untreated gestational diabetes can result in a baby's death either before or shortly after birth. Complications in the mother can also occur as a result of gestational diabetes, including: • Preeclampsia.This condition is characterized by high blood pressure, excess protein in the urine, and swelling in the legs and feet. Preeclampsia can lead to serious or even life-threatening complications for both mother and baby. • Subsequent gestational diabetes. Once you've had gestational diabetes in one pregnancy, you're more likely to have it again with the next pregnancy. You're also more likely to develop diabetes — typically type 2 diabetes — as you get older.
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Babies and diabetes
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Your Child With Diabetes CAN Do This!
As part of the "You Can Do This" video product, a six-year-old with Type 1 diabetes shows you what kids with diabetes CAN do. Everything, including checking her own blood sugar, counting carbs, playing sports, and raising money and awareness.
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Babies Born With Diabetes Can Be Cured Without Insulin | Cure Diabetes | PlayEven English
Babies Born With Diabetes Can Be Cured Without Insulin | Cure Diabetes | PlayEven English #PlayEvenEnglish : https://goo.gl/5RkVnn Follow Us On Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/playevenenglish Web Page : https://womenscaretips.blogspot.in ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Thanks For Watching Our Video like and Subscribe For More Videos ================================================ Disclaimer : This video is only intended for informational purpose.Any information associated with this video should not be considered as a substitute for prescription suggested by beauty, diet and health care professionals.Readers are subjected to use these information on their own risk.This channel doesn’t take any responsibility for any harm, side-effects, illness or any health or skin care problems caused due to the use of our content or anything related to this..
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My baby measured 36 weeks when I was 33 weeks. Will I deliver sooner? Will I be induced?
You mentioned that you're 35 weeks now, but at your 33 week appointment, you were measuring 36 weeks, and you're wondering what implications this might have on the timing of delivery, and if, perhaps, your due date might be off. A fetus grows at a very consistent rate in the first trimester. So any early ultrasound that's done in the first trimester is the best way to date a pregnancy. This is usually only done if a woman has a history with irregular periods. So I'm not sure what your periods were like before you got pregnant, or if you had an early ultrasound, but if you have regular periods, or if you had an early ultrasound, then the due date that you were given is probably accurate. After about 20 weeks or so, if a baby starts to be abnormally large or abnormally small, we have to wonder if it's because of a pathological reason. So just one example is a diabetic mother. Diabetic mothers cook really large babies, and it goes back to the fact that if it's uncontrolled, then they have really high blood sugars. Now there are other reasons for having really large babies, but basically what it comes down to is this - when we do an ultrasound to determine the size of a baby, they measure the baby's head, their belly, and their leg bone, and they combine all of this together to determine a fetal weight. And ultrasounds are not 100% accurate when determining a baby's size. It can actually be plus or minus a pound. And so one of the biggest things to consider is you don't want to induce a baby early for an ultrasound that said they might be big, because they might actually be normal size, and then you you induce them early, and they have to go to the NICU for breathing problems, or they had jaundice, or they had eating problems - all things that are very common between 37 and 39 weeks. The best time for a baby to deliver is at 39 weeks because the risk of having breathing problems, jaundice, or eating problems is way lower. Even though 37 weeks is full term, 39 weeks is ideal. It's a sweet spot for when babies should be born, between 39 and 40. Now on the other end of the spectrum, there are things to consider if a baby is really, really big. Like if at full-term, they're measuring 4000 to 4500 grams on ultrasound, that's a big baby. And there are risks associated with laboring if you have a big baby. It usually means prolonged labor, they might not fit through your pelvis, it increases your chances of needing a C-section, or having uterine rupture, of having tears if the baby comes out, and shoulder dystocia - that's where the head comes out, but the shoulders are stuck because the baby is so big. So those are all complications that we are worried about if a baby is abnormally large. But your baby's growth might even out, and they might end up being a totally normal size. And I do recommend talking with your doctor, and based on their knowledge of the specifics of your situation, they'll be able to tell you what their plan is for you, whether that be early induction because your situation warrants it, or if it just be expected management, like seeing it when you go into labor on your own and hopefully getting you to that 39 week point at the very least. I hope the best for you and your baby, and if you have any other questions for me in the future, feel free to ask them on our Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/IntermountainMoms, and recommend us to your friends and family too.
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Dr. Travis Stork Gives 19-Year-Old Ultrasound Results: ‘It’s Heartbreaking’
A woman claims her teen daughter, who is a diabetic, is not taking care of herself during her pregnancy. See what the ultrasound results reveal about the health of the unborn child. http://drphil.com Subscribe to Dr. Phil: http://bitly.com/SubscribeDrPhil LIKE us on Facebook: http://bitly.com/DrPhilFacebook Follow us on Twitter: http://bitly.com/DrPhilTwitter Dr. Phil uses the power of television to tell compelling stories about real people. The Dr. Phil show provides the most comprehensive forum on mental health issues in the history of television. For over a decade, Dr. McGraw has used the show's platform to make psychology accessible and understandable to the general public by addressing important personal and social issues. Using his top-rated show as a teaching tool, he takes aim at the critical issues of our time, including the "silent epidemics" of bullying, drug abuse, domestic violence, depression, child abuse, suicide and various forms of severe mental illness.
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Pregnant women with type 1 diabetes at increased risk of having babies with heart defects
Pregnant women with type 1 diabetes at increased risk of having babies with heart defects ..................................................................................................... Pregnant women with type 1 diabetes run a higher risk of having babies with heart defects, especially women with high blood glucose levels during early pregnancy, a study from Karolinska Institutet and the Sahlgrenska Academy in Sweden published in The BMJ shows. .................................................................................................. Health is the ability of a biological system to acquire, convert, allocate, distribute, and utilize energy with maximum efficiency. The World Health Organization (WHO) defined human health in a broader sense in its 1948 constitution as "a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity." This definition has been subject to controversy, in particular as lacking operational value, the ambiguity in developing cohesive health strategies and because of the problem created by use of the word "complete", which makes it practically impossible to achieve. Other definitions have been proposed, among which a recent definition that correlates health and personal satisfaction .................................................................................................. ? Contact Email: deckcanbjt@gmail.com ? Help me reach 100.000 Subscribers: http://bit.ly/spahaiau Like share and subscribe my channel! ? ? Fanpage Facebook: http://fb.com/spahaiau.channel Thank you for watching!
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Creepy Sleepover With A Possessed Baby Brother
By Ashlyn | Subscribe: http://bit.ly/sub2storybooth | Record your story @ https://storybooth.com or our iPhone app for a chance to get animated. Comment, like, share this story. Ashlyn's best friend, Kayla, invited her and their other friend Lilly to come for a sleepover while she babysat her little baby brother Danny. They all lived in Australia. For no real good reason the three girls ended up huddled around Kayla's computer watching kids nursery rhymes - weird, she knew, but they were having fun doing it anyway. One of the rhymes (creepy songs) was about a mother cat and her kittens, and the kittens had done something really naughty, and so the mother cat sang them this little song "Meow, Meow. Meow, Meow. You shall have no pie." Suddenly Kayla paused the video and told them that her baby brother would often roam the house at 3:00 AM singing that very (creepy) nursery rhyme. Ashlyn and Lilly looked at each other and shivered - totally creepy - and what made it even stranger was that, at least during the day, Kayla's baby brother was actually super adorable and cute, not at all creepy. So, being in a sleepover kind of mood, and already feeling a bit creeped out and scared about the idea of baby Danny wandering the house like he was possessed, they made up their own scary versions of the nursery rhyme. He was a little boy and that's what little boys do. Like, what if he's saying "Meow Meow. Meow Meow. I JUST FOUND A KNIFE" or even scarier "Meow Meow. Meow Meow. BE PREPARED TO DIE." It was morbid, of course, but at the time it was fun to scare each other, and to imagine little Baby Danny being possessed and evil and dangerous and murderous. Awkward? YES! Much later in the sleepover, at around 2:00 in the morning, Kayla had already been asleep for a couple of hours, so Lilly and Ashlyn stayed up talking about ghosts and hauntings and demons and possession and really just scaring the daylights out of each other. Freaking out eachother. Suddenly, they looked across the hall to the baby's room, and both noticed at the same time that Danny's little baby gate was open. Scared, Lilly volunteered to run over and shut it and lock it, and after she did she ran full speed back to Kayla's room - like she was being chased. They got back to their creepy stories and it was about ten minutes later that they head two loud sobs coming from across the hall, from baby Danny's room. Then, silence. The girls were totally freaked out. Suddenly they heard the sound of Danny getting up and slowly walking toward the baby gate. And then, as if that wasn't bad enough, he started laughing - creepy baby laughter at three in the morning, in the dark. That was it, they were officially scared, holding onto each other, trying to stay quiet, no idea what to do when they hear a loud smash! Danny had thrown the baby gate open with such force that it smashed against the wall. The baby - maybe fully possessed - started to walk out into the hall toward their room. They both dove into action, Ashlyn flopping onto the bed and Lilly scurrying into a sleeping bag, and pretend to be asleep, even though they are watching him, watching him as he walks into the room as if he is in a trance, then plops down next to Lilly on her sleeping bag. They were so scared, convinced the baby was possessed, and so they tried to keep him up by talking, and finally, when it was way past time to go to sleep, Danny had to choose who he was going to lie down with... OH NO! It was Ashlyn, and while he fell asleep right away and just fine, she lay awake until morning wondering if maybe he really was possessed. hey realized that this paranormal event was officially od of those true scary stories everyone hears about. A true story and a scary story, definitely creepy! This is one of those special Halloween stories. Her creepy little brother was not Frankenstien, Pennywise, Freddy Kruger, Chucky, Michael Meyers, Jason or any other slasher films villain. He was just a little weird that night- now Halloween or Friday the 13th. - - - What's your story? storybooth wants to hear it! LINKS: Website: http://www.storybooth.com Instagram: @thestorybooth twitter @thestorybooth https://www.instagram.com/thestorybooth G+: https://plus.google.com/+Storybooth Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thestorybooth/ Tumblr: https://storybooth.tumblr.com/ If you liked this storybooth animation and love storytime / story time story booth kid videos, watch our themed playlist collections: Being Yourself: https://goo.gl/89enEN Love and Heartbreak: https://goo.gl/mfaoKw Embarrassing and Funny: https://goo.gl/5GjxrW Bullies and Mean People: https://goo.gl/THS3LB Overcoming Challenges: https://goo.gl/pbxRa9
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Type 1 Diabetes Risk Affected by the Timing of Starting Infants on Solid Food
Infants could have an elevated risk of developing Type 1 diabetes later in life if they were transitioned to solid foods prior to turning 4 months of age. This is according to researchers from the University of Colorado and reported in the journal JAMA Pediatrics. The risk also appears to be greater if solids are introduced after the baby has turned six months of age.
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new symptoms of diabetes type 1 in babies 2017
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Effects of gestational diabetes on the baby
What kind of complications will the foetus have when the pregnant lady has gestational diabetes. Consultant Gynaecologist Dr Shruti Patekar talks about the possibilities of various prenatal and neonatal health disorders that can be seen in the new born baby. Visit www.IndianDiabetesReview.com for the most comprehensive coverage of diabetes management for people who suffer from this health disorder and their care-takers. If you liked the video kindly click the 'like' button just below the video screen. You can also subscribe to this channel to get all the latest updates by clicking the 'SUBSCRIBE' button. We, at Indian Diabetes Review TV, are trying to bring you a complete news portal for diabetics and their care-givers. Visit our website www.IndianDiabetesReview.com which is updated 24x7. As management of diabetes depends solely on information we intend to bring to you all the news and analysis about various developments from the world over that can impact your health. We cull the best of news and information that can help you live a full life in spite of your debilitating health condition. In these videos you will come across people who have managed to beat conventional thinking on diabetes, celebrities who have a take on diabetes, health professionals who have a new insight into diabetes management or even thought-leader who has an opinion on this health disorder. You can always write to us about what you feel about our internet television programmes, news portal or magazine; drop in a line, our email ID is: editorial@parabolamedia.in You can also call us at 022 6561 2705 if you want to subscribe to our monthly news magazine: Living With Diabetes
One Seed Enough To Cure Diabetes | You Will Never Throw It Again
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What Is Gestational Diabetes? | Diabetes During Pregnancy: What is Gestational Diabetes?
http://diabetes.blogstips.org/ What Is Gestational Diabetes? | Diabetes During Pregnancy: What is Gestational Diabetes? Gestational diabetes is a condition experienced by pregnant women who develop high blood sugar, or glucose, levels. It is usually diagnosed by the 28th week. Nearly four percent of pregnant women are diagnosed with gestational diabetes, which equals approximately 135,000 women in the United States annually. Gestational Diabetes Symptoms - Mayo Clinic Gestational diabetes occurs when a woman's pregnant body cannot produce and utilize the insulin it needs for pregnancy correctly. As a result, the unused glucose increases and compounds in the blood and results in hyperglycemia. Although the exact cause of gestational diabetes is not known, it may have something to do with the fact that normal pregnancy hormones from the placenta block the process insulin goes through in the mother, resulting in insulin resistance. Because gestational diabetes develops later in a pregnancy, it usually does not affect the baby in terms of birth defects. If the condition is treated incorrectly, the baby can end up with high levels of glucose in his or her blood. The baby, in turn, churns out extra insulin from the pancreas to counteract the high glucose. The extra energy the baby gets as a result of the overproduction of insulin results in stored fat. As a result, babies born to mothers with gestational diabetes tend to have higher birth weights. Gestational diabetes can lead to an elevated risk of injury to the baby during delivery, breathing problems, obesity and development of type 2 diabetes later in life. Treatment of gestational diabetes includes lowering blood glucose levels through strict diet and exercise. Constant glucose monitoring, and possibly injections of insulin, may also be prescribed. Fortunately, gestational diabetes usually resolves itself with delivery. Risk factors for developing gestational diabetes include obesity, previous history of diabetes, family history of diabetes, age over 30, high blood pressure and frequent urinary tract infections. Related tags: gestational diabetes symptoms gestational diabetes effects on baby gestational diabetes diet gestational diabetes test gestational diabetes signs gestational diabetes diet menu gestational diabetes meal plan gestational diabetes treatment diabetes definition diabetes symptoms prediabetes Visit website http://diabetes.blogstips.org/ What Is Gestational Diabetes? | Diabetes During Pregnancy: What is Gestational Diabetes? https://youtu.be/HfOoIYS2n14
Babies Born to Obese Mothers with Diabetes Face Health Challenges
Dr. Scott Snyder, Medical Director of St. Luke's Newborn Intensive Care Unit, talks about the health challenges babies can face when born to an obese mother.
What It Takes To Ensure 6 Yr Old Type 1 Diabetic Maeve Hollinger To Live A Normal Life | TODAY
Meet the Hollinger family, who work around the clock to ensure that their 6-year-old warrior, Maeve, can lead a totally normal, healthy life. » Subscribe to TODAY: http://on.today.com/SubscribeToTODAY » Watch the latest from TODAY: http://bit.ly/LatestTODAY About: TODAY brings you the latest headlines and expert tips on money, health and parenting. We wake up every morning to give you and your family all you need to start your day. If it matters to you, it matters to us. We are in the people business. Subscribe to our channel for exclusive TODAY archival footage & our original web series. Connect with TODAY Online! Visit TODAY's Website: http://on.today.com/ReadTODAY Find TODAY on Facebook: http://on.today.com/LikeTODAY Follow TODAY on Twitter: http://on.today.com/FollowTODAY Follow TODAY on Google+: http://on.today.com/PlusTODAY Follow TODAY on Instagram: http://on.today.com/InstaTODAY Follow TODAY on Pinterest: http://on.today.com/PinTODAY What It Takes To Ensure 6 Yr Old Type 1 Diabetic Maeve Hollinger To Live A Normal Life | TODAY
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Gestational Diabetes Risk Rises with Weight Gain between Babies (HD)
November 14 is World Diabetes Day. One in seven births are impacted by gestational diabetes and now recent research shows not shedding enough weight between pregnancies can increase a woman’s risk of gestational diabetes. Karen Cooper, D.O., comments. NOTE: Members of the media may download broadcast quality video, audio, script and web assets for editorial use at newsroom.clevelandclinic.org. ➨ Visit Cleveland Clinic: http://bit.ly/XlxDfr ➨ Visit Health Essentials from Cleveland Clinic: http://bit.ly/VBQ3nW ➨ Subscribe to our YouTube Channel: http://bit.ly/W0bJ0y ➨ Like Cleveland Clinic on Facebook: http://on.fb.me/WMFkul ➨ Follow Cleveland Clinic on Twitter: http://bit.ly/Uua1Gs ➨ Follow Cleveland Clinic on Google+: http://bit.ly/136vcTe ➨ Follow Cleveland Clinic on Instagram: http://bit.ly/12gMABx ➨ Connect with Cleveland Clinic on LinkedIn: http://linkd.in/120XfNs ➨ Follow Cleveland Clinic on Pinterest: http://bit.ly/11QqS3A
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Sugar Babies Part 1: The Bitter Sweet Truth About Diabetes
Part 1 examines the public health epidemic of diabetic children in America from the point of view of the children and the families living with the diseases. The documentary offers a brief primer on diabetes: there are two main categories - type 1 and type 2. Both conditions occur when the body fails to perform its most essential function: converting food into energy. In both types of diabetes, the goal is to maintain "good control," or near-normal blood sugar levels, which diminishes the risk of horrific complications such as kidney failure, loss of limbs, and blindness. But the burdens of "good control" are huge, and this documentary lays bare those responsibilities: for type 1 children, it is multiple-daily insulin injections or insulin pumps as well as blood sugar testing; for type 2 children, it is trying to lose weight in often challenging circumstances, when most have become trapped in a stuck-to-the-screen sedentary lifestyle. At a quick, exciting pace, Jenny Mackenzie's film follows its five main stories at home, in school, on the sports field, and at diabetes clinic - all against the backdrop of the public health crisis.
How to manage Gestational Diabetes safely
Managing pregnancy in a healthy manner is instrumental in having a healthy baby. If you develop a condition like Gestational Diabetes then it becomes although more important. Watch this video to know How to manage Gestational Diabetes safely. SUBSCRIBE to the Momspresso(Formerly mycity4kids.com) channel!! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4py2GP9is_CfhmSxybt8Dw About MOMSPRESSO: Motherhood is a beautiful yet exhausting journey, full of many interesting and overwhelming incidents. 'MOMSPRESSO' is just that - all the incidents, expressions, discussions, expert's views, comical aspects, parenting bumps and milestones that will help you along on your parenting journey. Join the soon to be largest parenting show on the web today, to have a laugh, learn some MORE parenting gyan, and to share in the journey of the toughest job in the world-Motherhood! Learn from latest parenting blogs & stories, visit: http://momspresso.com Like Momspresso on Facebook: http://facebook.com/Momspresso Follow Momspresso on Twitter: http://twitter.com/Momspresso Download Momspresso Parenting app: Android : https://play.google.com/store/apps/developer?id=Momspresso IOS: https://itunes.apple.com/in/app/motherhood-parenting-pregnancy/id873173909
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Mom Confused Why Baby Won't Gain Weight Until 1 Look In Mouth Confirms Scary Truth Doctors Missed
Please Help Me Subscribe Channel And Share Video . Thank You !!!! Mom Confused Why Baby Won't Gain Weight Until 1 Look In Mouth Confirms Scary Truth Doctors Missed Jordan Talley was thrilled to be pregnant with another sweet baby girl. The professional photographer from Kentucky couldn't wait to personally document her delightful daughter's every single milestone once she arrived. It turns out that those very photos Jordan snapped of her precious little girl were what helped save her baby's life... Her pregnancy with the little girl she named Lucy was fairly normal, Jordan said, until she developed gestational diabetes and slightly elevated high blood pressure toward the end of her pregnancy. When her blood pressure became dangerously high, Jordan was induced. It took just two pushes and Lucy arrived! The blissfully happy family celebrated the arrival of Lucy, who weighed six pounds, eight ounces and measured 20 inches long. She was only in the 26th percentile for weight, which surprised Jordan since her last ultrasound pegged her at seven pounds and since babies born to gestational diabetic moms tend to be bigger babies.Even though Jordan's blood sugar levels had dipped down several times during her pregnancy, Lucy's levels were perfectly fine, Jordan was told by the medical staff. She was even cooing and latched on fairly well when nursing.
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Kids Say The Darndest Things
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Pain-Killing Hunger and Superpowered Diabetic Fish
Check out Rene Ritchie's channel Vector: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UsDIHVWSUtg Animals that eat things are at the forefront of this week’s news, from mice with pain-killing hunger to fish with signs of diabetes. Hosted by: Stefan Chin Head to https://scishowfinds.com/ for hand selected artifacts of the universe! ---------- Support SciShow by becoming a patron on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/scishow ---------- Dooblydoo thanks go to the following Patreon supporters: Lazarus G, Kelly Landrum Jones, Sam Lutfi, Kevin Knupp, Nicholas Smith, D.A. Noe, alexander wadsworth, سلطان الخليفي, Piya Shedden, KatieMarie Magnone, Scott Satovsky Jr, Charles Southerland, Bader AlGhamdi, James Harshaw, Patrick Merrithew, Patrick D. Ashmore, Candy, Tim Curwick, charles george, Saul, Mark Terrio-Cameron, Viraansh Bhanushali, Kevin Bealer, Philippe von Bergen, Chris Peters, Justin Lentz ---------- Looking for SciShow elsewhere on the internet? Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/scishow Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/scishow Tumblr: http://scishow.tumblr.com Instagram: http://instagram.com/thescishow ---------- Sources: http://www.cell.com/cell/fulltext/S0092-8674(18)30234-4 http://web.sas.upenn.edu/betley-lab/ http://nature.com/articles/doi:10.1038/nature26136 https://ghr.nlm.nih.gov/condition/rabson-mendenhall-syndrome https://rarediseases.info.nih.gov/diseases/226/rabson-mendenhall-syndrome https://www.neb.com/faqs/2015/04/10/what-is-the-difference-between-glycosylation-and-glycation https://www.stowers.org/faculty/rohner-lab http://research.stowers.org/rohnerlab/ https://www.news-medical.net/news/20160713/Changes-in-cavefishc2a0metabolism-could-lead-to-new-insights-into-diabetes.aspx
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Diabetes Development: Baby Food & Type 1 Diabetes
215,000 kids and adults are living with type 1 diabetes, once known as Juvenile Diabetes. New research reveals what and when you feed your baby could play a significant role in the chances your little one will develop the disease.
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Mayo Clinic Minute: Long-term health risks of gestational diabetes
Gestational diabetes happens when a woman's body can’t make enough insulin during pregnancy. Most women with gestational diabetes deliver healthy babies; however, there have some risks of future complications. A recent study  shows that women with gestational diabetes have an increased risk of heart disease and stroke. Dr. Margaret Dow, an OB-GYN at Mayo Clinic says the "cardiovascular risk is quite significant." More health and medical news on the Mayo Clinic News Network. https://newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org/ Journalists: Clean and nat sound versions of this pkg available for download at https://newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org/ Register (free) at https://newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org/request-account/
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♦Pregnancy Week 8- High Risk Diabetes Vlog♦ (Baby #2)
I had a loaded week! I had my first prenatal appointment with ultrasound as well. This vlog is jam packed full of info on diabetes, pcos, gallstones/gallbladder attacks, and pregnancy symptoms. I also discuss Autism Awareness Month-April. Thanks for ALL your love and support♥
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How can we prevent gestational diabetes in pregnancy?
In recent years there has been an alarming increase in the rate of gestational diabetes, which has been occurring in parallel with the rapidly escalating rates of obesity in women. Researchers Professor Lesley McCowan (the University of Auckland), Dr Kara Okesene-Gafa (Counties Manukau District Health Board) and Mafi Funaki-Tahifote (Heart Foundation) are asking questions about how this can be addressed. This matters because diabetes in pregnancy has an adverse effect on the mother's health, and also has the potential to influence the health of the unborn child throughout its life. Our researchers are assessing whether a nutritional intervention and a probiotic capsule, either together or separately, can help prevent gestational diabetes in obese women at highest risk. If this research is successful, we have potential to improve health of mothers and babies and potentially reduce the cycle of childhood obesity. If our intervention is not successful then other strategies will need to be devised to try to break this vicious cycle.
Understanding Gestational Diabetes
Gestational diabetes affects 3% to 8% of pregnancies in the United States. Women at higher risk of gestational diabetes include those who are overweight or of certain ethnic backgrounds, but it can affect any expectant mom. Gestational diabetes can often be successfully managed with lifestyle modification. Most women with gestational diabetes will go on to deliver healthy babies. Learn more at https://www.bundoo.com.
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My baby is measuring 2 weeks ahead. Does this mean I will deliver early?
Fetuses grow at a very consistent rate in the 1st trimester. And actually, an ultrasound in the 1st trimester is the most accurate way to determine a woman's due date, because if your baby is measuring 9 weeks, then you're reliably 9 weeks along. But an ultrasound isn't always necessary to determine when you're due unless you had irregular cycles in the past or you don't remember when your last period was. So you may not have an ultrasound in the 1st trimester. You're first ultrasound might not be until 20 weeks when your doctor is going to check how your baby is growing and developing, make sure that everything looks good, they're going to check the placenta location and also the cervical length to make sure it's not shortening prematurely. And if everything is good, you might not have another ultrasound during the pregnancy. You'll notice that at each doctor's appointment past 20 weeks, the doctor pulls out a measuring tape and measures from your pubic bone to the top of your uterus, and this is called the fundal height, and it should match your gestational age in centimeters. So if your 26 weeks along, you should be measuring about 26 centimeters. If you start measuring abnormally small or large, then it's necessary to determine what's causing that, and an ultrasound will help the doctor determine what's going on. Is it the actual size of the baby? Is it the amount of the fluid surrounding the baby? Or maybe it's just how you're carrying the baby. If they determine that it's actually the size of the baby, they're abnormally small or large, and it's past 20 weeks, they have to consider underlying pathological conditions that would be contributing to that. So if a baby is measuring abnormally small, it's probably due to the fact that the placenta is not working like it should, and there's lots of different things that can cause that. But if the baby is abnormally large, an example of an explanation that can cause that is gestational diabetes, or maternal type 1 or type 2 diabetes that she knew about before she got pregnant. So after considering these things, they usually monitor more closely, track the growth of the baby, and see what's going on, but it rarely changes the due date. Now in your case, you have a large baby, and you're wondering if this is going to cause you to deliver early. And not necessarily. Again, the doctor will track the growth of your baby. If you were measuring really really big, or some women have so much fluid in their uterus that, basically, it makes them measure way over 40 weeks way earlier than when they're 40 weeks, and it's like their body thinks they're done. It's like a turkey timer - it pops, and so they go into preterm labor, because their body thinks it's just over - it's reached its max. So in some cases, it can cause preterm labor, but just a couple weeks' discrepancy usually doesn't cause that. And as for induction, doctors don't usually induce early for large babies, because babies do best when they're born at 39 weeks. So all the pros and cons of early delivery need to be weighed out. The mother's risk of having a C-section might be higher if she's cooking a very large baby, but if babies are born before 39 weeks, sometimes they have issues with breathing, jaundice, breastfeeding, and so they have to weigh all of this out and decide if the woman should actually deliver earlier or not. If it gets to the point that induction is actually medically indicated, we've reached the point where the risk of staying pregnant is higher than the risk of delivery. So again, it has to be weighed out. I recommend talking with your doctor, and based on their knowledge of your situation, they'll be able to give you the best advice about what their plan is for you, and give you more details about the size of your baby and what implications it might have on delivery. Good luck with everything, and if you have any other questions for me in the future, feel free to ask them on our Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/IntermountainMoms, and recommend us to your friends and family too.
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Preview: Sweet Baby! Implications of Diabetes in Pregnancy
Meredith Cotton delivers an overview of the risks and management strategies for pregnant women or women considering pregnancy who have a history of type 1, type 2 and gestational diabetes. This session was recorded live at the Diabetes Update Conference in February 2017 in Seattle, WA. For the full talk, please visit http://www.uwcne.org/online/diabetes2017 © University of Washington Continuing Nursing Education | UWCNE.ORG
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Juvenile Diabetes Symptoms
Juvenile Diabetes Symptoms-visit http://fumix.info/diabetes-cure to know more The signs and symptoms of type 1 diabetes in children usually develop quickly, over a period of weeks. Look for: Increased thirst and frequent urination. As excess sugar builds up in your child's bloodstream, fluid is pulled from the tissues. This may leave your child thirsty. As a result, your child may drink — and urinate — more than usual. Extreme hunger. Without enough insulin to move sugar into your child's cells, your child's muscles and organs become energy-depleted. This triggers intense hunger. Weight loss. Despite eating more than usual to relieve hunger, your child may lose weight — sometimes rapidly. Without the energy sugar supplies, muscle tissues and fat stores simply shrink. Unexplained weight loss is often the first sign to be noticed. Fatigue. If your child's cells are deprived of sugar, he or she may become tired and lethargic. Irritability or unusual behavior. Children with undiagnosed type 1 diabetes may suddenly seem moody or irritable. Blurred vision. If your child's blood sugar is too high, fluid may be pulled from the lenses of your child's eyes. This may affect your child's ability to focus clearly. Yeast infection. Girls with type 1 diabetes may have a genital yeast infection, and babies can develop diaper rash caused by yeast. When to see a doctor Talk to your child's doctor if you notice any of the signs or symptoms of type 1 diabetes — increased thirst and frequent urination, extreme hunger, weight loss, blurred vision, or fatigue. What Does Insulin Do? Insulin is a hormone that helps move sugar, or glucose, into your body's tissues. Cells use it as fuel. Damage to beta cells from type 1 diabetes throws the process off. Glucose doesn’t move into your cells because insulin isn’t there to do it. Instead it builds up in your blood and your cells starve. This causes high blood sugar, which can lead to: Dehydration. When there’s extra sugar in your blood, you pee more. That’s your body’s way of getting rid of it. A large amount of water goes out with that urine, causing your body to dry out. Weight loss. The glucose that goes out when you pee takes calories with it. That’s why many people with high blood sugar lose weight. Dehydration also plays a part. Diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA). If your body can't get enough glucose for fuel, it breaks down fat cells instead. This creates chemicals called ketones. Your liver releases the sugar it stores to help out. But your body can’t use it without insulin, so it builds up in your blood, along with the acidic ketones. This combination of extra glucose, dehydration, and acid buildup is known as "ketoacidosis" and can be life-threatening if not treated right away. Damage to your body. Over time, high glucose levels in your blood can harm the nerves and small blood vessels in your eyes, kidneys, and heart. They can also make you more likely to get hardening of the arteries, or atherosclerosis, which can lead to heart attacks and strokes. Who Gets Type 1 Diabetes? It’s rare. Only about 5% of people with diabetes have type 1. It’s more common in whites than in African-Americans. It affects men and women equally. Although the disease usually starts in people under 20, it can happen at any age. Juvenile Diabetes Symptoms
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29 Week Update | Babies R Us Liquidation | Gownies | Gestational Diabetes
My 29 Week Pregnancy update! Gestational diabetes, Babies R Us haul from their liquidation sale, gownies from Amazon (links below) & the bump! Red Dress: https://amzn.to/2GeiVBe Labor & Delivery Gownie: https://amzn.to/2pJo7a1 3 in 1 Hospital Gown: https://amzn.to/2IUtYRD About Me My name is Laura Laws and I started this channel because I wanted to get the word out about the ERA test (I thought it would be weird to put it on my Real estate channel). The ERA test is a biopsy they do in the IVF process to see when you are receptive to implantation. It is new and I wouldn’t be pregnant without it! My husband Phil and I live in the suburbs of Philadelphia. We have 3 ragdoll cats and we are due June 10, 2018 with our first baby girl! I have shared my 2 rounds of IVF as well as weekly pregnancy updates & other baby related videos. I am a real estate agent and you can check out that channel if you’d like to see more info on real estate, smart home technology and other random stuff here: https://www.youtube.com/user/KansasCityKitties
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Diabetes and Pregnancy, Dr. Kristin Castorino, William Sansum Diabetes Center
At Sansum Diabetes, we take care of women who have diabetes during pregnancy. A woman knows that her diabetes directly affects her growing baby's health. It is a heavy burden. A pregnant woman with diabetes must think about EVERY THING she eats, she must check her blood sugar by pricking her finger more than SIX times per day! She thinks about diabetes at least EVERY HOUR of EVERY DAY to protect the life of her unborn child. She does it all for the LOVE she feels for the new life growing in her womb, with hope for a bright and healthy future. Helping women navigate the difficult road of diabetes and pregnancy to deliver healthy babies is Sansum Diabetes' definition of LOVE. Please show your support at www.sansum.org
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Sugar Babies Part 2: The Rising Rates of Type 1 Diabetes
Part 2 of the Sugar Babies diabetes mini-series examines the rising rates of type 1 diabetes. Ann Marie is the mother of 11-year-old Gus, who was diagnosed at age 7. Shortly after her son's diagnosis she realizes there are several newly diagnosed kids in her own neighborhood of Weston, Massachusetts, and she begins to take note. Within eleven months, seven children have been diagnosed in a 2-mile radius. She knows it has to be investigated. She takes these cases to the Massachusetts Department of Public Health and helps launch the first-ever cluster investigation of type 1 diabetes. The number of diagnoses has now risen to an astonishing twenty-one. SUGAR BABIES follows the development of this story that may suggest an environmental cause.
Dr. Pam Popper: Exercise & Diabetes; Red Meat for Babies...Are You Kidding Me!
Everyone should exercise, but diabetics in particular benefit. And just when you think medical advice cannot get worse, the American Academy of Pediatrics has made a new announcement that will shock you. Learn more about both of these topics in today's broadcast.
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Most parents feed their babies solid food before six months-raising their risk of obesity & diabetes
A study conducted by the CDC shows that more than half of parents introduce solid foods to their babies before the recommended six months Those babies are more likely to be overweight and develop diabetes, study says Only a third of babies are introduced at the right time and those who start eating solids too late are at greater risk for nutrient deficiencies The study of nearly 1,500 babies across the US is the first of its kind that emphasizes the importance of proper feeding habits in babies .............. Source : dailymail.co.uk Music : NoCopyrightSounds
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Deadpool 2: The Final Trailer
On Digital August 7 http://bit.ly/Deadpool2SuperDuper On Blu-ray August 21 http://bit.ly/Deadpool2SuperDuperCut After surviving a near fatal bovine attack, a disfigured cafeteria chef (Wade Wilson) struggles to fulfill his dream of becoming Mayberry’s hottest bartender while also learning to cope with his lost sense of taste. Searching to regain his spice for life, as well as a flux capacitor, Wade must battle ninjas, the yakuza, and a pack of sexually aggressive canines, as he journeys around the world to discover the importance of family, friendship, and flavor – finding a new taste for adventure and earning the coveted coffee mug title of World’s Best Lover. Connect with Deadpool Online: http://fox.co/DeadpoolMovieSite Like Deadpool on FACEBOOK: http://fox.co/DeadpoolFB Follow Deadpool on TWITTER: http://fox.co/DeadpoolTwitter Follow Deadpool on INSTAGRAM: http://fox.co/DeadpoolInstagram
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Prunes benefits for diabetes,bones,hair loss and for babies health
In this video I will share with you some interesting health benefits of Prunes . Prunes fruit and its juice both are very beneficial for health problems like bones,skin,hairs,pregnancy and weightloss health problems. I am sure these information will help you .If you have any question please comments bellow. Subscribe my channel for more informative videos.
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What is a hypo? How to recognise and treat a hypo | Diabetes UK
Hypoglycaemia, or hypo for short, means ‘low blood glucose levels’ – less than 4 mmol/l*. This is too low to provide enough energy for your body’s activities. Symptoms Hypos can come on quickly and everyone has different symptoms, but common ones are: feeling shaky, sweating, hunger, tiredness, blurred vision, lack of concentration, headaches, feeling tearful, stroppy or moody, going pale. Why do hypos happen? There’s no rule as to why they happen, but some things make it more likely: excess insulin, delayed or missed meal or snack, not enough carbs, unplanned physical activity, and drinking large quantities of alcohol or alcohol without food. Sometimes there just is no obvious cause. How to prevent a hypo - Don’t miss a meal. - Eat enough carbohydrate. - Eat extra carbohydrate if you are more active than normal. - Take your tablets and/or insulin injections correctly. - Don’t drink alcohol on an empty stomach or drink too much alcohol. Treating a hypo If you are conscious, treat your hypo immediately with 15–20g of fast-acting carbohydrate: - Small glass of sugary (non-diet) drink - At least three glucose tablets - Five sweets, such as jelly babies - Small carton of pure fruit juice - Glucose gel. For more information about hypos, go to www.diabetes.org.uk/hypo
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32 weeks pregnant with gestational diabetes
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Babies who eat solid food too early are high risk diabetes
Most parents are feeding their babies solid foods too early - raising their risk of obesity and diabetes, according to new research.The study showed that more than half of infants start eating solids before the recommended six months and only a third of babies are introduced at the right time.Previous research has shown that babies who are have solid foods too early are more likely to be overweight and develop chronic diseases such as diabetes and celiac disease.The study of nearly 1,500 babies across the US is the first of its kind, emphasizing the need for babies to be given solid foods at the proper time, according to health experts.The study conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) analyzed six years of data from the detailed National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES).Researchers assessed the food intake of 1,482 children aged six to 36 months which were gathered during household interviews with parents and guardians.The survey asked how old infants were when they were first fed anything other than breast milk or formula.This included juice, cow's milk, water, baby food or anything else that the infant might have been given.It found only 32.5percent of babies were introduced to complementary foods at the recommended time.The findings published in the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics showed that 16.3percent were started before four months and 38.3percent at four to five months.Dr Chloe Barrera, a nutritionist at the CDC said: 'Introducing babies to complementary foods too early can cause them to miss out on important nutrients that come from breast milk and infant formula.' One in eight parents introduced their babies to solid food too late, at seven months or more.Dr Barrera added: 'Conversely, introducing them to complementary foods too late has been associated with micronutrient deficiencies, allergies and poorer diets later in life.' Researchers said their findings help understand the current state of infant feeding practices in the US.Further investigation found babies who were never breastfed or breastfed for less than four months were most likely to be given the foods too soon.Human milk provides all the nutrients, including iron, that babies need for the first six months of life.However, once the iron stored during pregnancy is used up at about 6 months of age, iron-rich foods such as meats or iron-fortified cereals need to be added to the baby's diet.Over the last 60 years recommendations for when to introduce solid foods have changed dramatically.The 1958 guidelines suggested solid foods in the third month, the 1970s brought a delay until after four months and the 1990s pushed the introduction out to six months.These changes have influenced past studies of infant nutrition, most of which show a general lack of adherence to current professional guidelines.The US Department of Agriculture (USDA) and Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) are currently developing the first
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Can Humans Survive Eating Nothing But INSECTS? | Dolan Life Mysteries
From how snakes produce venom to surviving on a diet of insects, we answer several of your most burning questions about life Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/planetdolan CREDITS --- Starring: Hellbent https://twitter.com/Heckbent Melissa https://twitter.com/MelissaAMorgan Animated by Sweetcommando https://twitter.com/Sweetcommando Written by Mooclucking https://twitter.com/Mooclucking Music/SFX by Epic Mountain Music http://epic-mountain.com/ Info Sources: https://pastebin.com/G8Z4y5Sk Credits music: "Sugar Plum Dark Mix" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
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Can Upper Cervical Chiropractic help Diabetes?
KCUCS Case Presentation series - Volume II. Dr. Kessinger details a successful case who sought care because of diabetes and a diabetic neuropathy.
SML Movie: Shrek's Diet!
Shrek is getting too fat and has to go on a diet or he will die!
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Breastfeeding mothers at reduced risk of type 2 diabetes - In Depth
Mothers who breastfeed are less likely to develop type 2 diabetes, according to research published in the American Journal of Medicine. Some benefits of breastfeeding an infant are: • Reduction in infectious diseases in early and later childhood • Promotion of optimal brain development • Protection against life-threatening illnesses in premature infants Researchers from the University of Pittsburgh explored the relationship between breastfeeding and type 2 diabetes among over 2,200 women aged 40 to 78 who were all members of a large integrated health care delivery organization in California. Among these women were over 1,800 mothers, and 56% had breastfed an infant for one month or more. After controlling for several factors that affect the risk of developing type 2 diabetes, including age, race, weight-for-height, physical activity level, and family history, women who had never given birth to a child and mothers who had breastfed all of their children for at least one month had about an equal risk of developing type 2 diabetes. In contrast, mothers who had never breastfed any of their children were nearly twice as likely to develop the condition as women who had never had a child. In addition, mothers who never exclusively breastfed any of their children were more than 50% more likely to develop type 2 diabetes than mothers who exclusively breastfed for 1 to 3 months. Today's research demonstrates that breastfeeding is not only important for infant health but also for the mother's health.
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new babies type 1 diabetes 2017
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