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"We know diet influences a woman's risk of obesity and type 2 diabetes and that overweight and diabetes in pregnancy can predispose her children to obesity, diabetes and other chronic diseases. Observational studies have also shown that being overweight or obese or having type 2 diabetes in pregnancy is linked to an increased risk of having children with autism spectrum disorders or with a developmental delay.

Dr Diane Harbison, CEO, Stratified Medicine Scotland Innovation Centre (SMS-IC) based at the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital in Glasgow explains: “The benefits we have in Scotland are we are a relatively small nation of about million people, we have a stable population who tend not to leave and we have fantastic electronic health records. What that means is, when you are born you’re given a unique patient identity number known as the CHI number and that stays with you for the whole of your life so any touch point that you have with health care providers or doctors or anything like that, is associated with that number. All your medical records, all your prescribing data, all your imaging data are all associated with this number. So in terms of the amount of data that is available to look at for chronic health conditions, we have some of the best health semantics in the world in Scotland.”


Chronic disease dating site

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