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Dyslipidemia, Prediabetes More Common in Youth With Down Syndrome

12:41 EDT 18 Jul 2019 | Medscape

Children and young adults with Down syndrome (DS) have a greater prevalence of abnormal lipid levels and prediabetes compared to typically-developing youth, for the same amount of body fat, according to a study online today in Pediatrics.
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