GDM


GDM is the acronym for gestational diabetes mellitus, also called simply gestational diabetes, a diabetes mellitus that develops only during pregnancy and usually disappears upon delivery, but increases the risk that the mother will develop diabetes later. The condition is managed with meal planning, activity and sometimes insulin.

gender and cardiovascular disease


Cardiovascular diseases are the leading cause of death in America, for both men and women. More women die of cardiovascular disease each year than all forms of cancer combined. However, the warning signs of a heart attack can differ for men and women.

gestational diabetes


Gestational diabetes, also called gestational diabetes mellitus or GDM, is a type of diabetes mellitus that develops only during pregnancy and usually disappears upon delivery, but increases the risk that the mother will develop diabetes later. The condition is managed with meal planning, activity and sometimes insulin.

gestational diabetes mellitus


Gestational diabetes mellitus, often referred to by its initials as gestational diabetes, develops only during pregnancy and usually disappears upon delivery. It increases the risk that the mother will develop diabetes later. The condition is managed with meal planning, activity and sometimes insulin.

Get With The Guidelines


Get With The Guidelines is a program that helps ensure consistent application of the most recent American Heart Association/AmericanStroke Association scientific guidelines for patient treatment.

guidelines


Guidelines are statements designed to help doctors and patients decide appropriate treatment, such as a recommendation to stop smoking.

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