Temporal trends without seasonal effects on gestational diabetes incidence relate to reductions in indices of insulin secretion: the Cambridge Baby Growth Study.

Clive Petry, Benjamin G Fisher, Kenneth Ong, Ieuan Hughes, Carlo Acerini & David Dunger
Aims The incidence of gestational diabetes has been reported to have risen over the first decade of this century. Some studies have also found it to vary with seasons of the year. We investigated temporal and seasonal trends on gestational diabetes incidence in a single centre cohort study from Cambridge, U.K., and attempted to explain trends using associated risk factors. Methods Using a cosinor model we tested both temporal and seasonal trends in gestational diabetes...
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