Published on: June 19, 2018
Diabetes can damage a number of organs, from the eyes to the kidneys and the heart. But unchecked blood sugar can affect the brain as well, which may lead to drops in cognitive functions. More people are being diagnosed with the disease earlier in life, including in childhood, and diabetes can age your brain by five years or more.
Here are the highlights from our event at Verity on June 19, 2018.
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