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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 complete the...
Andrew Somerville is a former competitive cyclist, but at the
age of 55, he has had to learn to walk again twice in the past six
Following a spinal injury in 2010, Andrew was hit by type 2
diabetes. Five years later, he was diagnosed with diabetic
neuropathy, which so damaged the...
Mikael, 40, who has lived with type 1 diabetes since she was 14,
says participating in the Diabetes Queensland Happy Feet Bushwalk
gave her the confidence to challenge herself with even bigger
goals. Read about her life-changing experience in the Lamington
A new University of Florida study demonstrates that low levels
of physical activity are associated with higher blood sugar among
adults who are at a healthy weight.
The findings may help explain why up to one-third of adults who
are slender have prediabetes, a condition that puts them at...
One Wonders contributor, Ashleigh Ricardo, offers type 1 tips to
not only survive but thrive during summer.
- Are your
blood glucose levels affected by temperature? Mine certainly are.
So if you are leaving your air conditioned home or...
Some of our members may be interested in easy access and wheel
chair access to the beach during the summer season.
City of Gold Coast has partnered with Burleigh Heads Mowbray
Park Surf Life Saving Club (SLSC) to trial beach matting and beach
wheelchairs at Burleigh...
Brady Schulz, accredited exercise physiologist and accredited
exercise scientist from Healthy Lifestyles Australia, electrified
the type 1 audience at the Brisbane Exposing Diabetes so we asked
him to give us his top tips for living your best life with type one
Which is better? Should we reduce our sitting time, or increase
the time we spend doing exercise or planned physical activity.
We hear so much that sitting is the new smoking, and that
spending time at the gym doesn't cancel out a day of sitting at the
office. So what can we...
Exercise just after eating is best for those with type 2
diabetes, according to a new study.
Researchers from the University of Otago in New Zealand found a
walk after eating resulted in significantly lower blood glucose
Type 2 diabetes is a progressive and preventable...
Did you know swimming is particularly effective at
lowering blood glucose levels?
Now that it's starting to warm up, it might be time to dust off
your cossies. If you're interested in an exercise that works almost
every muscle in your body, look no further than...