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The common approach of intensive glucose control to
achieve low blood sugar targets in type 2 diabetes can increase the
risk of mortality, finds a study by Cardiff
Looking at routine data from over 300,000 people in the UK,
collected between 2004 and 2015, researchers found...
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women who had diabetes in
pregnancy and are planning for another child are urged to continue
engaging with their health practitioners to ensure the best health
outcomes for them and their future children.
Menzies School of Health Research principal...
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
Gestational diabetes - the epidemic posing an
immediate threat to thousands of pregnancies, and a future threat
to the health of mothers, babies and families.
Health experts today warned of the alarming
increase in gestational diabetes which in the past 12 months has
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...
Scientists have come up with an innovative approach to tackling
Australia's poor vegetable intake, with the launch of a new app
that challenges people to eat more veggies.
Using a gamified approach, CSIRO's new VegEze app aims to motivate
Australians to add extra vegetables to their daily...
Scientists found potential connections
between problems with how the brain processes glucose and
Alzheimer's disease pathology and symptoms. NIA
For the first time, US scientists have found a connection
between abnormalities in how the brain breaks down glucose and...
of Advanced Nursingstudy recommends that clinicians
should pay extra attention to females with type 2 diabetes when
conducting sleep-related assessments.
Thestudy examined whether diabetes-related symptoms (e.g.
fatigue, neuropathic pain, diabetes distress and...
Salk Institute researchers uncover protein that
influences the function of Tregs that can ultimately be used to
make immune-related therapies more effective, including for type 1
From left: Ruth Yu, Ye Zheng, Annette Atkins, Ronald Evans,
Nanhai He, Michael Downes, Weiwei Fan,...
Bariatric surgery is safe and effective in older adults,
yielding results on par with younger patients, according to the
first long-term outcomes study of bariatric surgery versus medical
management in severely obese patients age 60 or older.
In these older patients, laparoscopic...