Study: Hyperglycemia, obesity connected to poor cognitive test results

02/1/2013 |

Healthy middle-aged adults in the highest quartile of BMI were more likely than those in the lowest quartile to perform poorly in cognitive tests, a study in Diabetes Care found. Higher A1C rates were also associated with poor results in a digit symbol substitution test, researchers said.

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