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Re: [IP] Re: Type 1 Diabetes Affect Learning

In a message dated 11/1/01 11:25:32 AM Pacific Standard Time, 
email @ redacted writes:

> I dunno..... Lily always complained that when she got high it was 
> difficult to concentrate on subjects that required complex analysis 
> i.e. math, science.... She excells in those subjects, ace'd the SAT's 
> and got 5's on the advanced placement tests, just reporting her 
> comments. Also, wide bg swings are known to promote depression which 
> inhibits learning ability. I don't think the study really implies 
> that brain function is permanently impaired, just that the cognitive 
> process is impaired by the excessive bg swings. The end result is 
> that material is missed or not comprehend as well. Since the learning 
> process is a series of building blocks, the cumulative effect of this 
> can add up over time.

Thanks Michael I now know why I had problems passing English. I would like to 
go back and tell all those English teachers. Now why did I ace all the Math + 
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