More expectant mothers at KK Women's and Children's Hospital (KKH) have been diagnosed with gestational diabetes ever since screening of the disease was made available there for all pregnant women from the start of 2016.
"Our recent data has shown that up to 50 per cent more pregnant women are diagnosed with gestational diabetes," Professor Tan Kok Hian, the head and senior consultant of KKH's perinatal audit and epidemiology unit, said last week.
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