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Print Results emphasize the importance of adequate recognition and timely treatment of maternal gestational diabetes to prevent fetal macrosomia in obstetrics.
Body mass index BMI of infants born to mothers who have gestational diabetes may be 0.
In addition, infants born large for gestational age LGA to mothers with type 2 diabetes T2D are at a higher lifetime risk for being overweight and becoming obese, according to a study published in Diabetologia. The purposes of this study were to assess differences in the growth trajectories of infants born non-LGA and LGA until early adolescence, and to assess whether the growth trajectories of infants born to mothers with T2D differed from those of infants born to mothers with type 1 diabetes T1D.
Continue Reading Below Study results for height growth trajectories found no significant difference between non-LGA and LGA in the length of newborns during the first year of life; however, it was found that infants born LGA to mothers with gestational diabetes were slightly longer than infants born non-LGA to mothers with gestational diabetes.
During years 1 through 14, height standard deviation scores for infants born to mothers with gestational diabetes were similar to those of children in the Dutch Growth Study, with a slight decrease observed in early adolescence.
Infants LGA were observed to have a higher BMI standard deviation scores at 1 year that continued to increase until late childhood years when the score plateaued. A steady increase in BMI standard deviation score from years 1 through 14 was observed in infants born non-LGA to mothers with gestational diabetes.
This was very similar to the pattern seen in the Dutch Growth Study. Infants born non-LGA to mothers with gestational diabetes had BMI standard deviation scores that were comparable to the Dutch Growth Study for those between the ages of 1 and 14 years.Percent of women aged 20 and over with obesity: % () Source: Health, United States, , table 58 [PDF Health, United States, trend tables with data for Black or African American population; Tables of Summary Health Statistics from the National Health Interview Survey; Related Links.
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“The obesity epidemic in the United States is now three decades old, and huge investments have been made in research, clinical care, and development of various programs to counteract obesity.
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The term typically refers to descendants of enslaved black people who are from the United States. As a compound adjective, the term is usually hyphenated as African-American.