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1 .This is Scientific American 60-Second Health. I'm Dina Fine Maron. Got a minute?

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2 .Want to ward off memory issues and other cognitive problems as you age?

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3 .Looks like low blood glucose levels are an important factor.

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4 .New research finds that individuals diagnosed with type 2 diabetes in middle age had greater cognitive impairment in the following decades than their nondiabetic counterparts.

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5 .In fact, poorly managed diabetes appears to age the brain roughly five years faster than normal.

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6 .That means a 55-year-old with diabetes has cognitive decline on par with a healthy 60-year-old.

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7 .And the problems accumulate: over 20 years, diabetes in midlife is associated with a 19 percent decrease in mental function.

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8 .Cognitive decline is considered a precursor to dementia.

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9 .The findings are in the journal Annals of Internal Medicine.

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10 .A team from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health followed some 6,000 study subjects in Maryland, North Carolina, Minnesota and Mississippi from 1987 through 2013.

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11 .The researchers used accepted tests to evaluate the participants' cognitive performance.

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12 .And the people with low blood sugar levels outperformed those with midlife diabetes or pre-diabetes.

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13 .The researchers' conclusion: better weight control, exercise and a healthful diet could really help keep body and mind fit over the long haul.

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14 .Thanks for the minute, for Scientific American 60-Second Health.I'm Dina Fine Maron.

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