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Logan mother and daughter, Roxene and six-year-old Sienna
Sutedi, are taking on the 10km event in the Great Brisbane Bike
Ride next month.
Inspired by her mum, who was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes 15
years ago, Sienna is riding the new, shorter route and fundraising
The Mediterranean diet has long been regarded as one of the
healthiest by nutrition experts because of its protective effect
against the development of heart disease, depression and type 2
A diet that is loaded with anti-inflammatory foods and built
upon plant-based foods and...
Dr Bruce Chadfield (pictured) had just turned 12 when he was
diagnosed with type 1 diabetes.
The boy from a farm in northeast England couldn't have foreseen
that hundreds of patients with diabetes now being bulk-billed at
his Acacia Ridge National Diabetes Centre in Brisbane may...
A less strenuous form of exercise known as whole-body
vibration (WBV) can mimic the muscle and bone health benefits of
regular exercise in mice, according to a new study published in the
Endocrine Society's journal
WBV consists of a person sitting, standing or lying...
The number of people in the UK with type 2 diabetes has trebled
from 700,000 to about 2.8m in 20 years,
A study led by Cardiff University set out to characterise the
prevalence of Type 2 diabetes between 1991 and 2013 in the UK and
to determine whether corresponding glucose...
The American Heart Association is reporting on a long-term study
that indicates eating more gluten may lower the risk of developing
Type 2 diabetes.
Gluten, a protein found in wheat, rye and barley, gives bread
and other baked goods elasticity during the baking process and...
People with diabetes, other chronic conditions and
people over the age of 65 years can get their flu shot free from
Queensland's influenza season starts in July, peaks in
August and continues through September.
Last year 19,736 people in Queensland had...
John B. Buse, MD, PhD; University of North
Carolina, recently spoke on new drugs in development at the 64th
annual American Diabetes Association's Advanced Postgraduate
Almost 300 companies are involved in developing drugs for type 2
diabetes alone, and additional...
So asked the authors of a new study from the London Metropolitan
University as they set out to evaluate if restricting carbohydrate
intakes was a safe and effective management strategy for
The authors, Michelle McKenzie and Sarah Illingworth from London
Met's School of...
Stem cell transplantscan enable people withtype 1
diabetes become insulin independent for some time but a more
targeted approach is required to counterbalance ongoing
autoreactivity by the body's immune mechanism, new findings
A clinical trial conducted by an...