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Birth at 33-38 Weeks Equals Higher Risk of Type 1 Diabetes
Preterm and early-term babies have an increased type 1 diabetes risk, while conversely, very preterm birth, very low birth weight, and small-for-gestational-age babies have a lower risk.
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