People with slightly elevated but not unhealthy levels of sugar in their blood are more likely to perform worse on memory tests than people with lower levels, according to a new study. Previous studies have shown that people with blood sugar disorders such as pre-diabetes and diabetes are more likely to have poor brain function and dementia. A team of researchers led by Agnes Floel, a neurologist at Charite University Medicine in Berlin, set out to see if the same was true for people with slightly higher – but still considered normal – blood sugar levels. The study involved 141 ... Read More
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