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Study: higher blood sugar tied to dementia

A person with diabetes tests his blood sugar level in Kamen, Germany. New research published in the Aug. 8 New England Journal of Medicine suggests a possible way to help prevent Alzheimer's disease: Keeping blood sugar at a healthy level. A study found that higher glucose levels, even those well short of diabetes, seemed to raise the risk for dementia.

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A person with diabetes tests his blood sugar level in Kamen, Germany. New research published in the Aug. 8 New England Journal of Medicine suggests a possible way to help prevent Alzheimer's disease: Keeping blood sugar at a healthy level. A study found that higher glucose levels, even those well short of diabetes, seemed to raise the risk for dementia.



Higher blood-sugar levels, even those well short of diabetes, seem to raise the risk of developing dementia, a major new study finds...

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