A population-based study from Canada found having an anxiety or mood disorder during the two years before becoming pregnant raised a woman's risk of gestational diabetes, compared with not having the condition. Researchers analyzed the data and found that using a more specific algorithm to define anxiety and mood disorder within one year before pregnancy attenuated the overall rate of the disorders, according to the study in Diabetic Medicine.
Gestational diabetes risk higher with anxiety, mood disorders, study suggests
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