To assess diabetic nerve damage, look in the eyes

Approximately half of the people who have had type 2 diabetes for over 10 years experience a decrease in nerve function, which typically begins in their feet. Because this can result in wounds and even amputations, it’s important to know when it’s starting – and a simple eye test may be all that’s required to find out…
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