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Adding strength training, push-ups or crunches to your weekly
exercise routine could decrease your likelihood of obesity by
Using data on 1.7 million adults, University of Southern
Queensland (USQ) research found that doing muscle-strengthening
activities twice a week was just as...
By Dale Cooke
Accredited Practising Dietitian
Many people who are working hard to manage their
weight tend to worry about the number on the scale. However, how
much you weigh isn't always a good indicator of whether you are
healthy. A much better number to consider is your waist...
Diabetes Queensland is pleased to
announce a Principal Partnership agreement with Fitbit Australia.
The announcement which comes in the lead up to World Diabetes
Day signals Fitbit Australia's strong commitment to the health and
wellbeing of the diabetes community, and supports their goal...
Researchers at the University of Manchester have
conducted the largest ever review of the effect of
movement-monitoring devices, such as pedometers, on the activity of
individuals with diabetes and cardiovascular disease.
Using data from 36 studies, with a total of 5,208...
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...
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...
Spring has sprung. Now is a great time of the year
to get those walking shoes on and explore nature. The benefits of
walking on your health are huge! Some of these include:
Insulin works better, so blood glucose levels will lower
Leg muscles will grow stronger and leaner (which is great...
Georgia McCarron speaks with the quiet authority of someone who
is a natural leader.
The 1.83cm athlete and university student was diagnosed with
type 1 diabetes after contracting chicken pox just before her
Now 22, Georgia and her Northside Wizards women's...
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