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Don't let diabetes hold you back from enjoying your
holiday or business travels.
Being prepared and having some safety strategies in place can
ensure the best travel experiences with a minimum of adverse
effects. Travelling overseas with different time zones, climates,
foods and hygiene...
According to the Harvard Medical School, for people who live
with diabetes, exercise is one of the foundations of good
For everyone, exercise helps control weight, lowers blood
pressure, lowers harmful LDL cholesterol and triglycerides, raises
healthy HDL cholesterol, strengthens...
Con Leontsinis (centre) loves his life, and he's not going to
let type 2 diabetes cast a shadow over it.
As with most contented people, Con is grateful to those who have
made his life good.
Kathy, his wife of 50 years, gets a special mention: "My wife
cooks good meals. She makes...
From the latest fast-acting insulin to your rights and
responsibilities when driving, 2019 was an information-filled year
for Diabetes Queensland and our members.
With the end of the year approaching, we look back at our most
read research and news stories. Here are our most popular...
A multicentre clinical trial has found a new closed-loop system
that uses advanced control algorithms to automatically monitor and
regulate blood glucose levels was more effective than existing
treatments at controlling blood glucose levels in people with type 1
The study from...
Australian and Danish
researchers teamed up to examine the results of 14 studies that
included yoga as a method of controlling exisiting, or reducing the
risks of developing diabetes.
And they say they found enough complementary evidence to say
there is a link between yoga and a lessened...
Swedish researchers have identified a window of
HbA1c that is associated with lower risks of complications for
people withtype 1 diabetes.
The research, published in the British Medical Journal, was
carried out by a team from the universities of Gothenburg and
Linköping. It found...
A device that uses the eye rather than finger
pricking to measure blood glucose levels is one step further along
development and closer to being made available to the public after
being awarded a patent.
Currently known as an optical glucometer, the product has been
developed by Prof Bill...
A study published in the Nature
Medicinejournal suggests a revolutionaryinsulin
pillmay allow people withtype 1diabetesto avoid
needing to take injections.
A specialist unit at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology
has developed a 3cm capsule which...
People who achieve weight loss of 10 per cent or more in the
first five years after being diagnosed with type 2 diabetes have
the greatest chance of their diabetes going into remission,
according to a study led by the University of Cambridge.
The findings suggest that it is possible to...