How being born in January can increase your risk for diabetes

One of the wonderful aspects of living in the age of Big Data is the way scientists are able to discover new, previously undiscovered patterns in gigantic datasets. A team at Columbia University has studied the health records of over ten million people across three different countries and discovered some compelling links between a person's lifetime disease risk and the month they were born in... Continue Reading How being born in January can increase your risk for diabetes Category: Biology Tags: Baby Diabetes Disease Environment Pregnancy Related Articles: Vitamin D deficiency during pregnancy linked to autism Our c-section success might be giving us big heads Doctors can now use an app to better predict preterm birth risk Artificial womb to give premature babies a better start

How being born in January can increase your risk for diabetes

One of the wonderful aspects of living in the age of Big Data is the way scientists are able to discover new, previously undiscovered patterns in gigantic datasets. A team at Columbia ...

Wed 15 Nov 17 from Gizmag

Global birth season study links environment with disease risk

Studies have shown that babies born in winter tend to have a greater risk of developing type 2 diabetes at some point, while fall babies have a greater lifetime risk of depression. What might ...

Tue 14 Nov 17 from Medical Xpress

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