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Australia's leading national diabetes
organisations are standing together to support people with diabetes
during the COVID-19 pandemic.
These are unprecedented times. However, Australia's diabetes
community is strong and resilient - and working together we are
(COVID-19) is having a significant impact in Australia and on our
Federal and State Governments have, and continue to introduce
measures to help minimise the spread of the virus. We all have a
role to play.
To help reduce the spread of COVID-19 it is...
The NDSS recognises that
people with diabetes and their families may be concerned about
their risk of COVID -19, and also the availability of their
diabetes medicines andNDSSproducts and
Most people are continuing to order and receive theirNDSSproducts...
Living with diabetes can affect your mood
andmental health. You
can experience mood swings when your blood glucose levels are too
high or low.Stress,depression, and anxiety can also crop up.
Managing diabetes on a daily basis can feel overwhelming, so
it's important to...
By Dale Cooke, Dietitian
Have you had a question about your diabetes but felt it might be
too silly to ask your health professional?
Living with diabetes is a complex business. We would all agree
that it often requires more than just tablet/s or insulin...
A new national
schools program is set to ease the strain of type 1 diabetes on
families by helping to ensure that principals, teachers and school
staff have the support, training and tools they need to support
students with type 1 diabetes at school.
survey found that...
One in two Queenslanders aged 16 to 85 years may experience
mental illness, and Queensland Health has launched a campaign to
help us improve our mental wellbeing.
Dear Mind encourages all Queenslanders to make time for
themselves and prioritise their mental wellbeing to help...
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,
Here's some tips to help you balance
the stress that sometimes goes along with Christmas and the events
happening at this time of the year.
As the holidays arrive, there is much to look forward to. For
many people at this time, social, family, school and work
activities fill up...
Children who live with type 1 diabetes attended
local DiaBuddies Days in both cities to get
to know others who live with the same condition.
Both events were organised by Diabetes Queensland.
More than 40 people attended the Cairns DiaBuddies held at Jump