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New movement guidelines to help parents
and carers create healthy daily practices for babies and young
children have been released by the Federal Government.
The 24-Hour Movement Guidelines have
been developed by experts across Australia with input from national
Consuming two soft drinks a week canincrease the risk of
developing type 2 diabetes, according to a recent study.
That was the conclusion following a review of 36 studies on the
cardio-metabolic effects of sugar-sweetened beverages consumption
for the past decade.
A recent article in Innovators magazine claims type 1
diabetes will soon be a condition of the past.
And next year could spell the beginning of the
With diabetes affecting more than 400 million people
worldwide, researchers are closer than ever to producing
By Donna Itzstein
Diabetes Qld pharmacist
For a limited time only, Diabetes Queensland is offering early
bird discount registrations for the 2018 Happy Feet Bushwalk and
Great Ocean Road Trek. The Happy Feet Bushwalk is on 24 and 25
March 2018 in the Sunshine Coast Hinterland.
Experience lush rainforests, picturesque views and...
Diabetes has been front and centre in the 2017 state election
Individual MPs, candidates and parties are speaking up about
type 1 and type 2 and airing views about related issues such as
obesity, community health and fitness and chronic diseases in
By Hope Ferguson
Accredited Practicing Dietitian
The festive season is upon us and for many this involves a busy
social calendar filled with endless opportunities for
Drinking alcohol is a normal part of social events, but before
we know it, toasts to end of year...
Two countries with the world's highest incidence of type
1 diabetes are working together to develop a vaccine for the
illness, noting that a recent model in mice prevented virus-induced
Scientists at the University of Tampere (Finland) and the
Karolinska Institutet (Sweden)...
Researchers from Deakin University and Barwon Health have
found a new way to measure fracture-risk specifically for people
with diabetes, addressing an often overlooked health issue faced by
people living with the disease.
Lead researcher Dr Kara Holloway, from the Centre for
New research reveals that eating during the night
increases our chances of developing heart disease and type 2
Scientists have discovered that nocturnal "snacking"
increases the risk of both conditions, for which they blame the
body's 24-hour cycle.
Researchers at the...