Parity and diabetes mellitus.


The suggestion that pregnancy may play a part in the development of digbetes and account for the predominance of women among older diabetics derived initially from the findings of Mosenthal and Bolduan (1933) and Joslin, Dublin, and Marks (1936) that death from diabetes was more commonly recorded among married and widowed women than among single women (see… (More)


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@article{Middleton1968ParityAD, title={Parity and diabetes mellitus.}, author={Georgia Middleton and F. I. Caird}, journal={British journal of preventive & social medicine}, year={1968}, volume={22 2}, pages={100-4} }