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A study of older Australians has found a morning bout of
moderate-intensity exercise improves cognitive performance such as
decision-making across the day compared to prolonged sitting
The findings also suggest we may be able to do different types
Research from Harvard reports propionate, a widely used
ingredient that helps prevent mould from forming on foods, may pose
an increased risk for obesity and diabetes.
Calcium propionate is found in some baked goods, dairy products,
processed meats, vegetable products, and egg...
There are some startling conclusions being drawn about
fluoridation and its effect on type 2, but none from reputable
Researching something you want to know more about, using the
internet, can be confusing.
Finding the right information that has evidence and...
By Dale Cooke
Diabetes Queensland Dietitian
Type 2 diabetes is a progressive condition which usually starts
with insulin resistance (think rusty locks on all your cell doors
so glucose can't get in), moves on to pancreatic exhaustion (the
pancreas gets worn out trying to produce more and...
A major grant has been awarded to a US researcher who will
further investigate stem cell therapies for type 1 diabetes
Xiaojun "Lance" Lian, assistant professor of biomedical
engineering at Penn State University, is one of three recipients of
the College of Engineering's...
Diets that replaced red meat with healthy plant proteins led to
decreases in risk factors for cardiovascular disease (CVD),
according to a new study from Harvard TH Chan School of Public
Health and Purdue University.
The study is the first meta-analysis of randomized...
Researchers at National Jewish Health have identified an elusive
trigger of type 1 diabetes. A protein fragment formed in the
pancreas activates the immune system's T cells, leading them to
attack and destroy beta cells, which produce insulin.
The research, published in the April...
By Donna Itzstein
Diabetes Queensland Pharmacist
The guidelines regarding low-dose aspirin in diabetes have
changed over time.
Previously, it was thought aspirin was appropriate for anyone at
risk of cardiovascular disease (CVD). This article discusses
Diagnosed with type 2 diabetes?
Over 20 years old?
Doing less than 150 minutes per week of structured
A smartphone user?
The University of Queensland is currently running a free program
for people with type 2 diabetes. The program looks...
A new study funded by
Diabetes Australia has found that taking 500mg of vitamin C twice
daily can help those with type 2 diabetes by lowering elevated
blood glucose levels across the day and minimising spikes in blood
glucose after meals.
The randomised cross-over study from...