'Senior moments' tied to blood-sugar levels
The decline in mental sharpness is among the most distressing aspects of aging. But a new study suggests that good blood sugar control, even in people without any evidence of diseases such as diabetes, may be an important strategy to maintain healthy brain function in later life.
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