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More than half of pregnant women in Somerset are overweight or obese, study finds

Central Somerset Gazette Tuesday, 20 August 2019
More than half of pregnant women in Somerset are overweight or obese, study findsObese and overweight pregnant women are three times more likely to develop gestational diabetes.
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