In the past, cognitive decline was believed to be unavoidable with the passage of time. Attributed simply to ‘old age’, many families watched helplessly as their loved ones’ minds slipped away.
Re your article ‘Diabetes: the real culprit’ (WDDTY vol 13 no 12), I am a 63-year-old type-II diabetic, diagnosed at the age of 50. I am also a biochemist/molecular biologist,
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Something’s bothering you… Perhaps it has for some time. Difficult to ignore, it’s keeping you off balance. How did I know, you might be asking. The answer is simple. As humans we have more in common than what separates us. Life...