Diabetes news, research, stories and information
Your search for exercise returned the following results:
Many of us incorrectly assume that people who live with type 2
diabetes are unfit and overweight.
Jacques Fayolle, 63, lives on the Sunshine Coast and contacted
us to let us know about his journey with type 2 diabetes and
injury, and the difference walking has made to...
Exercises, lifestyle change, medications, and procedures can
alleviate incontinence and give you your life back.
A leaky bladder or a sudden urge to go to the toilet is
uncomfortable and embarrassing. But you can take steps to alleviate
"Some people tell...
Among men with new-onset type 1 diabetes, exercise can play a
role in extending the "honeymoon" period of partial remission after
diagnosis, according to findings published in Diabetic
"Shortly after diagnosis, 60 per cent of adults with type 1
diabetes experience a...
The Chicago Cubs, an American baseball team, has just signed a
33-year-old pitcher with type 1 diabetes for $21 million over two
With the signing, the Cubs indicate that they believe Brandon
Morrow will be a durable anchor for the team's bullpen. He...
ELISSA LAWRENCE, The Courier-Mail
A woman lies in a hospital bed in Cairns, almost
blind from the eye disease ravaging her vision and dependent on
thrice-weekly kidney dialysis. Her left leg is amputated above the
knee. Diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes at nine, the woman is now just
You might have heard of something called rebounding in the
health and fitness industry.
For the uninitiated, rebounding is just a fancy way of saying
'bouncing on a trampoline'. When you rebound you are experiencing a
range of forces, gravitational forces, to be precise, and you...
By Benjamin Sewell
Associate Physiotherapist, The Headache, Neck & Jaw
Peripheral nerve pain and chronic problems with feet are facts
of life for many who live long-term with diabetes.
But there other aspects of diabetes that affect...
People with type 2diabeteswere able to halve their
risk ofcardiovascular disease(CVD) depending on their
healthy lifestyle choices, a US study has found.
Not smoking, exercising and drinking in moderation also helped
to significantly cut the risk of...
A new University of California San Francisco study has
discovered a key biological difference in how people of European
and Chinese descent put on weight -- a finding that could help
explain why Asians often develop type 2 diabetes at a much lower
body weight than...
By Kathleen Green
Diabetes Queensland can't wait to welcome you back for the 2018
Griffith Sport Toohey Trail Run to be held on Sunday, 7
We are once again the charity beneficiary and are excited to
take on the bitumen to bush, all-terrain scenic challenge...