Maternal Diabetes and The Risk Of MS

A Cautionary Danish MS Risk Study

Color photo of a pregnant woman in a royal blue sleeveless dress with a flower in her hair. She’s relaxing on the edge of a boat dock, in the summer, enjoyinh  the moment.
Maternal Diabetes and The Risk Of MS | Barb Ann Johnson | Photo Courtesy of Pixabay

The dangers and health risks from diabetes continue to get more disturbing all the time. Every time I think we might be making some helpful progress, I read troubling news about another at-risk group. Numerous studies have been done on the effect that diabetes has on pregnancy. The 2020 Danish study is the culmination of a 30 year cohort (group)…

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Barb Ann Johnson

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Alaskan, who used Bee Venom Therapy to keep MS symptoms under control. Become a Medium member — Read Anytime — https://linktr.ee/bannjohnson (affiliate links)

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