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The Liberal National Government has announced it is investing
$10 million in research that will help use a person's DNA and their
environment to help create personalised medicine for a multitude of
medical conditions including obesity, autism, and type 2
Diabetes is the largest single cause of potentially preventable
hospitalisations (PPHs) in Queensland, according to the state's
Chief Health Officer's latest report.
There are now more than 10,000 hospitalisations in a year with a
principal diagnosis of diabetes, and more than...
Have you been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes for more than 1
year and received dietary advice from a general practitioner,
dietitian, diabetes educator and/or naturopath?
If the answer is yes then researchers at the University of
Southern Queensland would like to speak with you....
Researchers in Norway recently made what they believe to be an
exciting discovery that they believe could change the way we manage
diabetes and it's all to do with our bodies' own cells.
Researchers at the University of Bergen, in collaboration with
other international researchers, have...
The Australian Foundation for Diabetes Research (AFDR) has
entered into an arrangement with Israeli company Kadimastem to
explore overcoming the need for insulin administration in people
with type 1 diabetes.
The AFDR has bioengineered a device that when seeded with
Singaporean researchers have found that only three out of 24
'best' apps had all five essential diabetes management
A new study by Singaporean researchers, reported in Singapore's
The Straits Times, has urged people to be mindful when using apps,
as not all have features that...
According to new research reported in Medical News Today, a hot
bath could have effects that extend way beyond mental
According to the authors, regular hot baths might reduce
inflammation and improve metabolism.
Over recent years, hot baths, saunas, and other...
People with type 2 diabetes may develop foot nerve damage,
(peripheral neuropathy), as a complication.
Symptoms might include: numbness of the feet; coldness in the
legs; tingling or pins and needles in the feet; burning pain in the
feet and legs. Peripheral neuropathy can affect balance...
A study recently discussed in the British Medical Journal
investigated how common depression is in patients with type 2
The main finding was that 20 per cent of patients with T2D also
The number of people with...
Researchers from Taiwan have shown that people with type 2
diabetes who took a common diabetes medication, metformin, had a
significantly lower rate ofage-related macular
The study suggests that the anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidative
effects of metformin...