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A major new study by the University of Bristol has confirmed the
benefits of exercise on our health and wellbeing.
The results have led to UK's four Chief Medical Officers (CMOs)
updating their guidance on how exercise can help people stay fit
The Beat It program isn't just kicking goals with participants
shifting 'pant size' and 'fitness level', it is also helping people
connect with others.
Keen to know more about Beat It?
Beat It is a free (NDSS
funded) eight week physical activity and lifestyle program
What is type 3 diabetes?
Type 3 diabetes is a title that has been proposed for
Alzheimer's disease which results from resistance to insulin in the
brain. It is not yet a medical term or a recognised condition, but
is a term now used in research looking into the causes of
If you would like to learn about type 2 diabetes on your home
computer from a simple program, the National Diabetes
ServicesScheme (NDSS) has developed a freeonline
learning program, called "Type 2 diabetes and me", will help
you learnmore about...
A new study shows getting active in middle and old age - even if
you weren't active before - can help you live longer.
The study, published on Thursday in the BMJ and reported by the
ABC, followed about 15,000 middle-aged and older men and women in
the UK for more...
If you're newly diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, or need support
to manage your condition, Diabetes Queensland hosts a one-day event
that will simplify what you need to know.
Diabetes Education and Self-Management for Ongoing and Newly
Diagnosed (DESMOND) is a free...
By Alison Crow
Pharmacist / Diabetes Educator
Alcohol can be enjoyed by any person in moderation, including
people living with diabetes.
Recommendations for healthy adults choosing to drink alcohol are
to consume no more than two standard drinks per day and...
A study of older Australians has found a morning bout of
moderate-intensity exercise improves cognitive performance such as
decision-making across the day compared to prolonged sitting
The findings also suggest we may be able to do different...
John Jerrard, 78, has dedicated much of his life to giving the
very best support, advice and care to our diabetes community.
Now living in Ormiston on the Bay south of Brisbane, the retired
pharmacist has seen a great deal of change in diabetes treatment
since he bought a pharmacy...
The Great Ocean Road Trek is a tough challenge that Accredited
Exercise Physiologist, Ashley Baveas, is excited to take on.
Now in its fifth year, the trek covers 100km from Apollo Bay to
the 12 Apostles and raises vital funds and awareness...