Do diabetics get cataracts sooner than “sugar-normal” people? Is this true? Why?

We all know that sugar is the enemy of sight. But what we generally worry about are various sorts of retinopathies: bleeding and/or jacked-up growth of capillaries in the back of the eyeballs that can cause partial or total blindness. Cataracts, however, are a horse of a different color altogether.

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