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A coeliac disease vaccine that aims to protect patients
from the harmful effects of gluten has entered Phase 2 clinical
Research is showing that up to 10 per cent of people with type 1
diabetes also live with coeliac disease, often undiagnosed, as the
general symptoms of...
Mum from Goondiwindi, Peta Collet, (right), has this week
completed the Great Ocean Road Trek along Victoria's coastline to
raise money for diabetes.
The 39-year-old was one of 19 brave supporters who took on the
2018 Great Ocean Road Trek. Now in its fourth year, the...
By Linda Uhr
Accredited Practising Dietitian
"Caring for the mind is as important and crucial as caring
for the body. In fact, one cannot be healthy without the other."
Daily life today can already be hectic, stressful and
overwhelming for many...
Despite the Queensland fruit and vegetable industry facing
damaging threats and loss of income from food terrorists, the
Brisbane Produce Market Annual Charity Mango Auction again raised
thousands of dollars for Diabetes Queensland's members.
The 2018 Mango King, Domenico...
Intensive blood pressure (BP) therapy is associated with
significantly lower risk for cardiovascular events based on data
reweighted to better reflect the US adult population with diabetes,
according to a study published in theJournal of the American
The My Health Record initiative has copped critical coverage by
the media, but the reality is it has the potential to help many
people with diabetes.
People with chronic conditions are often the most frustrated by
having to repeat their medical history several times when...
Mum from Goondiwindi, Peta Collet, (right), is currently
trekking along Victoria's iconic coastline, conquering the beach,
bush, creeks, steps, hills and whatever Mother Nature decides to
throw at her this week.
The 39-year-old is one of 19 brave supporters taking on the...
People living in regional and remote communities have much
higher rates of diabetes and related complications compared to
those living in major cities, an Australian Institute of Health and
Welfare (AIHW) report highlighted earlier this week.
The report, Diabetes Indicators for...
A little girl in England has been told by airport security her
type 1 diabetes medication could cause a plane crash and it would
be "her fault".
Her family, who were stopped by airport security at Manchester
Airport for carrying insulin and other type 1 diabetes medication,