6/17/2019

A study presented at the American Diabetes Association annual meeting and published in the Journal of the American Medical Association found that children whose mothers had A1C levels greater than 6.5% during early pregnancy were almost two times as likely to be diagnosed with autism in the first 4 years of life as those whose mothers had A1C levels below 5.7%. The findings were based on data for 35,819 mother-infant pairs.

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