Study: Poor pregnancy diet can up diabetes risk in child

A study of rats found an unhealthy diet during pregnancy may lead to higher levels of the mir-483-3p molecule in offspring, which reduces the offspring's ability to store fats in the proper places and increases the risk of diabetes. The findings were published in Cell Death and Differentiation.

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