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Diabetes affects many geriatrics or older patients, also. Recent studies show that most older adults are diabetic or prediabetic. Diabetes is when the blood level is higher than normal. The most common type of diabetes that affects older people is type 2 diabetes. The common symptoms are increased hunger and thirst, frequent urination, feeling tired, and dark urine. Diabetes if left uncontrolled, might lead to complications like kidney damage, nerve damage, heart problems, eyesight problems, high cholesterol, and skin infections. Diabetes can be controlled by taking Insulin injections or oral antidiabetic medicines, and other illnesses should also be treated.