A study in Diabetologia found that hyperglycemia markers such as fasting blood glucose, 2-hour post-load glucose and A1C levels were linked with a higher risk for depressive symptoms among individuals with and without diabetes. However, the findings, based on data from 2,848 participants, also revealed that insulin sensitivity, homeostatic model assessment-insulin resistance and skin autofluorescence were not linked with depression.
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