The relationship between diabetes and Alzheimer ‘s

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) – Treatment or control of diabetes prevents the development of Alzheimer’s disease, according to a new study. There is evidence that a range of health problems, some of which lead to Alzheimer’s disease, including diabetes and lack of control of the proportion of blood. According to a study at the University of Southern California, drugs that treat diabetes can slow the deterioration of brain cells that end in Alzheimer’s.Image of a diabetic measuring device

Although the effect of diabetes drugs on slowing Alzheimer’s disease is not yet understood, according to the journal Diabetes Care, which published a report on the study, there is evidence that controlling blood sugar in people with diabetes provides some form of Alzheimer’s prevention.

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