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Persons with type 1 and type 2 diabetes are the biggest winners
as Sweden shows a sharp decrease in cardiovascular diseases since
Sahlgrenska Academy study noted a 40 percent reduction of
cardiovascular disease in type 1 diabetes (compared to a
non-diabetes control group)...
As the average age of the population increases, so too does the
problem of Alzheimer's, one of the world's most common neurological
A team of US scientists is taking a fresh look at the biological
processes in the development of Alzheimer's disease (AD). A plasma
The first Queensland family to access government-funded
Continuous Glucose Monitoring products says the Turnbull Government
program will change their lives.
"This announcement is a game-changer for us," said Angela Grant,
mother of four children including her youngest, Abby, now 12,...
Eighteen months ago, Diabetes Queensland told the story of a
Super Star toddler, Kingston
Shooter, his mum Natasha Elliott and their terrifying encounter
with type 1 diabetes, Diabetes Queensland CEO Michelle Trute said
in a statement this week.
"Kingston became the Queensland face of a...
New drug studies have revealed the weekly use of semaglutide
with other type 2 diabetes drugs can reduce blood glucose and
contribute to weight loss.
According to Novo Nordisk, a 'post hoc' analysis found greater
mean reductions in HbA1c and body weight with...
US scientists have identified a new class of compounds that
reduce production of glucose in the liver.
One of these compounds, designed and optimized by The Scripps
Research Institute (TSRI) scientists, significantly improves the
health of diabetic animal models by reducing...
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
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...
Easter brings its own challenges for people living with
diabetes, but who or what is the villain? Chocolate or the people
telling you not to eat it?
When you live with diabetes, some people will raise their
eyebrows if you eat chocolate, or worse, ask the dreaded "Should
Scientists at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS)
in New Delhi have outlined the role of insulin resistance in the
development of glaucoma, a condition they claim should be known as
"type 4 diabetes".
This follows Alzheimer's disease being tagged by some in...