Memory complaints linked to lower self-reported type 2 diabe
In findings from a cohort of adults with type 2 diabetes who completed a prospective and retrospective memory questionnaire, adults with fewer memory complaints self-reported medication use at a similar rate to electronically monitored medication adherence, whereas there was less correlation between self-reported and electronically monitored medication adherence for adults with higher scores on the memory questionnaire. Adults with type 2 diabetes and more memory complaints are more likely to underreport medication adherence compared with those with fewer memory complaints.