According to research led by the University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health.

The scholarly study identified signs of nerve damage, such as numbness or tingling in extremities, as a risk factor for higher volumes of white matter hyperintensities. People who have type 1 diabetes you live longer than previously, and the incidence of type 1 diabetes is annually increasing, said lead author Karen A. Nunley, Ph.D., postdoctoral fellow in Pitt Public Health's neuroepidemiology program. We should find out more about the effect of this disease as patients age group. Long-term studies are needed to better identify potential issues and determine what interventions may decrease or prevent accelerated human brain maturing and cognitive decline. .. Accelerated brain aging linked to cognitive complications seen in people who have type 1 diabetes The brains of individuals with type 1 diabetes show signals of accelerated aging that correlate with slower information processing, according to research led by the University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health.Tharp suggested pharmacists to pay close attention to at-risk patients, especially those that regularly take mental health prescriptions. If pharmacists observe any apparent changes in how a medicine is taken or prescribed, they should learn the reason why behind them then. Pharmacists who have any cause to be concerned about a individual’ s mental health should speak to the individual directly in a one-on-one discussion. If the patient expresses any feelings of hopelessness or make any other concerning comments, then the pharmacist should question if the patient offers ever inflicted self-damage or considered doing so.