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How to Lower Gestational Diabetes Risk

Fortunately, gestational diabetes isn’t a permanent health problem. However, the condition is taken very seriously because it can lead to issues for both mom and baby if it is not properly treated. Risk factors for developing the condition vary. For example, women aged 25 or older are already at a higher risk for gestational diabetes.

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What Does It Mean to Have a High Risk Pregnancy?

For those whose pregnancy is determined to be high risk, the time between conception and the birth of your baby will require an additional level of caution, and the providers at PGOMG are always prepared to assist women during this time. High risk pregnancy can apply to a number of health and personal situations, all

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5 Habits That Can Help Prevent Diabetes

Diabetes is a disease in which the amount of glucose (sugar) in a person’s blood is abnormally high. Diabetes is a treatable, controllable disease, but if not actively taken care of, can lead to serious health complications (e.g. heart disease, stroke, loss of vision, amputation, kidney failure, and nerve damage). Many of those who are

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5 Reasons You Should Replace Coffee with Tea

Drinking coffee is an important ritual for many people who start their day with a cup and likely even have a few up until their afternoon or early evening cut-off time. Although coffee in moderation is usually acceptable, there is a flavored alternative out there that can provide the same warming, relaxation that coffee does,

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