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For those of us living with diabetes, monitoring blood glucose
accurately is an intrinsic part of our lives.
Researchers from the University of Missouri School of Medicine
and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology recently evaluated
the accuracy of an MIT-developed technology to...
A coeliac disease vaccine that aims to protect patients
from the harmful effects of gluten has entered Phase 2 clinical
Research is showing that up to 10 per cent of people with type 1
diabetes also live with coeliac disease, often undiagnosed, as the
general symptoms of...
The care of Queensland children with diabetes is suboptimal by
several measures, according to a peer review
of 14 centres that provide care for most children (97 per cent)
across the state's public system.
A report in the limbic e-newsletter for health professionals
stated the mean HbA1c...
In the largest trial to date to assess cardiovascular outcomes
for an important class of diabetes medications, researchers have
found that SGLT2 inhibitor, dapagliflozin, markedly reduced the
risk of hospitalisation for heart failure in a broad population of
clients with diabetes.
Check Up, the not-for-profit organisation
dedicated to better health, have announced this year's
Focus survey. The annual survey is in its 10th year and during
the past decade over 11,000 people have taken the time to have
Researchers at St Vincent's Institute in Melbourne have
identified a key target of the immune response that causes type 1
In a report published in News-medical.net, type 1 diabetes was
described as an incurable autoimmune condition caused by the
In an exciting development in diabetes research, the Australian
Guardian has reported a potential medical breakthrough that is
stabilising blood glucose levels among a small group of people
living with type 2 diabetes.
By destroying the mucous membrane in the small intestine...
Many people with diabetes may be unwittingly storing their
insulin incorrectly due to fluctuating temperatures inside their
kitchen fridge, new research has found.
Insulin must be stored within a certain temperature range in
order to retain its potency. Many people who need it to...
Intensive blood pressure (BP) therapy is associated with
significantly lower risk for cardiovascular events based on data
reweighted to better reflect the US adult population with diabetes,
according to a study published in theJournal of the American
By Donna Itzstein
Diabetes Queensland Pharmacist
History repeats itself. Regardless of pre-market medication
studies, the real effects, good or bad, are revealed only with
time. On 29 August 2018, the US Food and Drug Authority (FDA)
released a warning regarding the...