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Steve Irwin, the famed Australian conservationist and
naturalist, believed we couldn't care about something if we didn't
know about it. The same goes for diabetes.
The theme for this year's World Diabetes Day on Wednesday,
November 14, is the family and diabetes.
A new 'sense and respond' technology could see to it
that people living with type 1 diabetes can 'forget about it' -
meet the researcher whose clear goal is to solve the complex
management of diabetes for patients once and for all.
The new research was awarded a $US2.8 million grant...
Discovery opens door to new therapies for
Type 1 diabetes is an incurable autoimmune disease caused by
the destruction of insulin-producing beta cells in the pancreas by
immune cells called T cells. A specific type of T cell, a CD4+ T
cell, recognizes a part of the beta cell...
Harvard researchers identify five novel robust
clusters of T2D genetic markers that drive distinct forms of the
condition, two related to insulin deficiency and three related to
insulin resistance, and showed that these clusters may offer a step
toward more informed diagnosis, surveillance,...
Jill Poulsen, The Courier-Mail
XING's Professor Matt Trau and Paul Mainwaring have helped
develop a test to reveal your risk of diseases. Picture: Peter
Queensland scientists have developed a test that reveals your
risk of diseases including cancer, diabetes and...
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 Tessa Patrick
Bec Oakley with Utah and Jane Borchardt with
Kodi are from Smart Pups
Dogs are known to be man's best friend, but what few know is
they can also be the best friend of a child with special needs.
Fortunately for the children, Sunshine Coast...
Lead your clients by your example and take part in the Toohey
Trail Run on Sunday, October 7.
As the charity beneficiary, Diabetes Queensland is once again
excited to take on the bitumen to bush, all-terrain scenic
challenge from Griffith University Nathan Campus and throughout...
Every year, State Government ministers answer
questions from both sides of politics about their use of taxpayers'
money in government programs.
Queensland Health Minister Steven Miles told
this year's State Estimates hearings about the success of My
health for life, a chronic...
Health professionals are used to repeating the mantra that
losing weight is good for their clients. Why? What does losing
weight do that helps people with type 2 diabetes?
A recent article in Medical News Today presents the science
behind the advice.
In type 2...