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People with diabetes arenomore at
risk or likely to get COVID-19 than anyone else. However,
just as with the flu, living with diabetes puts you at greater risk
of experiencing more severe symptoms and developing
When it comes to living with diabetes and...
Managing the daily routine of diabetes and staying well can be
tough. When you add the challenges of COVID-19 and all the new
information that's coming your way it can feel overwhelming.
We share important information and tips to help you manage your
diabetes and stay well during the...
Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic lunar calendar. It is
a sacred time to commune with God while abstaining from eating,
drinking and smoking. Muslims fast for an entire month from sunrise
to sunset. It is a time to learn how to manage eating habits,
improve self-control and discipline,...
The outbreak of thecoronavirus(Covid-19)
is a stressful and challenging time for many. Diabetes Queensland
wants you to know we are here to help and support you.
We know that the daily news about the virus is difficult to hear
and the social changes that are being put in...
Part of the advice we've received to help keep us well and
healthy and limit the spread of thecoronavirusis
to stop touching our faces.
But this can be hard right? You may not know this but we can
touch our faces up to 16 times an hour. So we've got put together
A new study from Seoul
Hospital has found that brushing your teeth three times a day or
more can lower your risk of developing diabetes. While poor dental
hygiene and many missing teeth (15 or more) is linked to an
increased risk of developing the condition.
These findings underline the...
Researchers at Western University
have shown a molecule, called nobiletin, found in sweet oranges and
tangerines, can drastically reduce obesity and the risk ofdiabetesand heart
But why it works remains a mystery.
The study has found that the equivalent of...
If your blood glucose
level is higher than normal but not high enough to be diagnosed
diabetes, you may have pre-diabetes.
When you havepre-diabetesis means your body's
insulin is not working effectively.
It's estimated that there are almost 2 million...
In a surprising study, Oregon State University researchers found
that no matter how much stress they placed on mice from either a
high-fat diet or strenuous exercise, the animals' mitochondria were
able to adapt and continue their normal processes.
The findings could have major...
Regular exercise changes the composition of the
gut bacteria and may play a crucial role in skeletal muscle
function and endurance.
The recently published review of the top studies published in
exercise metabolism conducted by John Hawley, Director of
Australian Catholic University's Mary...