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29-year-old Courtney Novits pushed herself to achieve something
great in support of Diabetes Queensland, in the Bridge to
The digital designer, who now lives in West Hollywood, Los
Angeles, ran 10km to raise over $1,100 for Diabetes Queensland.
"It was great to be able to contribute....
Newspapers from Caboolture to the Sunshine Coast are getting
behind the local activities of Jan Donaldson and the Bribie Island
Diabetes Support group.
For 43 years Jan has lived with and managed type 1 diabetes.
Noosa News reports she's held just about every role available
Are you looking for a challenge? Would you like to
promote a healthy lifestyle in your community? Or maybe you're
seeking a staff team-building exercise.
Why not enter the 2017 Great Brisbane Bike Ride in support of
The Great Brisbane Bike Ride, including the...
From across the Bundaberg and Wide Bay region, 29 parents and 13
children were the centre of attention when Diabetes Queensland
hosted another of its successful One on One parent seminars for
type 1 families at Bargara recently.
These seminars help support and inform your diabetes...
The Queensland Government's $27 million healthy
lifestyle program My health for life launched in Wide Bay
Minister for Health and Ambulance Services Cameron Dick said
Wide Bay was the first region in Queensland to benefit from the
major health initiative. The...
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
Not only has long-time Diabetes Queensland member Lorraine won
first prize in our Art Union 4, but she has also agreed to share
the good news with our members.
The Manly West winner of a new car worth $35,000 said this is
the first time in her life that she has won anything of...
Abby Stuart, diagnosed with type 1 diabetes last year, is fed up
with up to eight insulin injections a day, and is hoping
Queenslanders will help if they can.
Abby, 11, lives in Mount Isa and was recently featured in the
daily North-West Star newspaper for her plucky attempt to...
Would you like to be part of a new program
educating doctors of the future?
Do you have a medical condition that could be
explored by medical students to develop their history taking and
Could you provide a patient's perspective on
living with a...
Kristianne has lived with type 1 diabetes for 29 years, and it
hasn't always been a smooth ride.
Diagnosed as a child, one of Kristianne's constant companions
has been a fear of hypoglycaemia (low blood glucose) during
That's what makes her decision to...