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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...
By Monica Rostron
Diabetes Qld communications editor
Dietitian and author extraordinaire Trudy Williams has some
heartening advice for people who want to lose weight now that it's
"Great meals with real food is the goal. You need to understand
After spending the past month enjoying one-too-many biscuits,
chocolates, fruit mince pies or ham, starting a detox diet might
seem like the perfect start to the year.
Clear juice, pills, teabags and shakes are just a few of the
solutions that promise a new, detoxified body. But...
With the start of the New Year many of us are busy making
resolutions and setting ourselves goals. To keep us on track we
might tell our friends, or write them down. But have you ever
thought of using a vision board? As the name implies vision boards
are a visual representation of your goals and...
By: Alison Crow, Pharmacist & Diabetes
This time of year brings a renewed commitment to tackling issues
and making positive changes in our lives that are often health
related. However, even when people with diabetes do all the right
things to manage their condition, they can...
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...
The season of cheer at Christmas and the New Year often ends up
with many of us over-indulging and having groaningly full
Does that sound like you?
Are you trying to eat healthily or even lose weight? While many
of us aim for moderation in eating...
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...
By Linda Uhr
Accredited Practising Dietitian
Many of us grew up being taught it was rude not to finish our
You'd either offend your mum who had been slaving over the stove
for hours or be told you're a growing kid that needs to eat lots to
become big and...