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MollieJoneswas an amputee lobbyist, diabetes
educator,musician and writer. Weeks before her death, she was
presented with her second Kellion Victory medal by Diabetes
Australia, for living with Type 1 diabetes forover 70
Mary Philomena Pegum was born...
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)...
Bruno Doiron, Ph.D., (left), and Ralph DeFronzo, M.D., of UT
Health San Antonio co-invented a patented technique that has cured
diabetes in mice for one year without side effects.
A potential cure for Type 1 diabetes looms on the horizon in San
Antonio, US, and the novel approach would...
Dr Rebecca Lock, a general practitioner in Cooroy and a GP
medical educator for General Practice Training Queensland, has some
simple advice for people with diabetes to get the best out of their
"Keep one or two appointments a year just for diabetes," Dr Lock
said. "Don't talk...
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....
There's one topic most men with diabetes don't speak openly
about, but if the subject is broached, boy, do they listen.
Sexual dysfunction is common in many men with diabetes, and as
one explained during a recent interview, "I thought it was me and
something else I was getting wrong. I didn't...
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
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...
Recently the AMAQ's Doctor Q magazine reported that people
living with type 1 diabetes can have their power bills cut by the
state government, based on the advice of medical specialists.
Many of those living with type 1 diabetes report that changing
temperatures play havoc with their...
Researchers at the CSIRO and Monash University have developed a
diet high in starch with properties that guard against the onset of
type 1 diabetes.
Yieldinghigh levels of the short-chain fatty acids acetate
or butyrate, this diet was shown to resist digestion, and