Spotting developing heart problems just got more reliable in those with diabetes, reports a group from New Jersey Medical School and published in the American Journal of Opthalmology.
What were the researchers looking at?
A narrowing in the arteries surrounding the retina has been shown to be an extremely reliable predictor of future blood pressure and cardiovascular health problems in those with diabetes, reports a group out of the New Jersey Medical School.
The study revealed that wider-than-normal and narrowing of these arteries have been an accurate harkening of problems with high blood pressure, cardiovascular disease, and circulation complications in the extremities.
The study underscores the importance of seeing an ophthalmologist regularly after being diagnosed with diabetes.
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