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Lace up those boots and join us for this hiking
challenge along the stunning Brisbane Valley Rail
Bushwalking Queensland and Friends ofBVRTpresent the
25/50/100 BVRT Walk in support of Diabetes Queensland.
Running from Friday 14 to Sunday 16 July, there will be...
If the idea of losing 20 or 30 kilograms overwhelms you, the
good news is that relatively small changes in your weight, such as
losing 3 kilos, may have a significant effect on your health.
Research released by the Australian Institute of Health and
Welfare (AIHW) in April claims that if...
Anyone living with type 2 diabetes, or at risk of developing it,
needs to exercise, but if the thought of a gym makes you grimace,
we've got the perfect and convenient exercise for you.
There are two main types of physical activity: aerobic exercise,
such as running, boxing, swimming and...
For children, teens, and young adults with type 1 diabetes,
lower haemoglobin A1c (HbA1c) is associated with better
diabetes-specific health-related quality of life
TEENs study was an international, cross-sectional study of
youth, 8-25 years of age, with...
The Queensland Government has announced a $10M community action
plan to improve the health of people in Logan.
Health and Ambulance Services Minister Cameron Dick said
theLogan Community Health Action Plan
2017(CHAP) was developed following a November 2016
Olympian Jane Flemming says schoolkids should have to stand up
in half their lessons to battle the bulge.
She is also campaigning to move drop-off zones further from the
school gates to entice children to walk more.
The former heptathlete and long jumper says obesity has...
The idea of "healthy obesity" is a myth, a study of 3.5 million
Having excessfatincreases the risk of
diseaseby half - even when blood pressure and cholesterol
levels are normal, according to the research.
Dr. Andrew J.M. Boultontalked with Diabetes in
Control Publisher Steve Freed during the AACE 2017 convention in
Austin, Texas about the worldwide state of diabetes, the impact by
society, and treatment options.
Dr. Andrew J.M. Boulton, MD, DSc, FACP, FRCP is a Professor of
One quarter of all Queensland kids and two thirds of Queensland
adults are either overweight or obese.
The Queensland Government is hoping a soon-to-be-established
public health commission will fix the problem. The Government will
create legislation to set up what will be known as "Healthy...
Societies could save enormous amounts of money in the coming
decades and have healthier citizens as a whole if all of the
children who currently are sedentary started exercising every
The United States alone could expect to save more than $120
billion every year in health care and...