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Early Indications of Type 1 Diabetes

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    Type 1 diabetes has long been considered a disease of childhood and adolescence. However, current research suggests that infant nutrition, in addition to genetics and other factors early in life, can significantly impact a child's risk for developing the condition later in life. How can we identify children at risk for Type 1 diabetes, and what can we do to prevent or intervene with the disease process? Dr. Andrew Muir, professor of pediatrics and chief of pediatric endocrinology at Emory University School of Medicine, speaks with host Dr. Jennifer Shu about early predictors of Type 1 diabetes.

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    Type 1 diabetes has long been considered a disease of childhood and adolescence. However, current research suggests that infant nutrition, in addition to genetics and other factors early in life, can significantly impact a child's risk for developing the condition later in life. How can we identify children at risk for Type 1 diabetes, and what can we do to prevent or intervene with the disease process? Dr. Andrew Muir, professor of pediatrics and chief of pediatric endocrinology at Emory University School of Medicine, speaks with host Dr. Jennifer Shu about early predictors of Type 1 diabetes.

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