Culturally Tailoring a Gestational Diabetes Risk Reduction Education Program for American Indian and Alaska Native Girls: Perspectives From Mothers and Daughters

      American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) adolescent women have greater risk of poor reproductive health outcomes, including unintended pregnancies and gestational diabetes (GDM), than adolescents in the general U.S. population. Raising awareness among youth about preventing unplanned pregnancies and GDM risk reduction principles is imperative, but there is little information to guide cultural tailoring of reproductive health interventions for this population.
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