Diabetes news, research, stories and information
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UK researchers have found
that heart function can be significantly improved in people
2 diabetesthroughexercise. The study, funded by the
National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) also showed that a
low-energy diet did not alter heart function in the...
People with diabetes arenomore at
risk or likely to get COVID-19 than anyone else. However,
just as with the flu, living with diabetes puts you at greater risk
of experiencing more severe symptoms and developing
When it comes to living with diabetes and...
Managing the daily routine of diabetes and staying well can be
tough. When you add the challenges of COVID-19 and all the new
information that's coming your way it can feel overwhelming.
We share important information and tips to help you manage your
diabetes and stay well during the...
Australia's first pilot study to screen children from the
general population for early signs of type 1 diabetes will be led
by a leading diabetes academic and researcher.
Dr Kirstine Bell, a Credentialled Diabetes Educator and National
Health and Medical Research Council Early Career...
By Nicole McClure
RN, Credentialled Diabetes Educator
Can people with type 1 diabetes develop insulin
resistance? While it is widely known that insulin resistance
is a central feature of type 2 diabetes and pre-diabetes, it is
less well known that it can also affect people living...
By Amanda Callaghan
RN and Credentialled Diabetes Educator
KK (who doesn't want to be identified) lives with type 1
diabetes and wants to have a baby. Who should she talk to?
"I went to see my doctor and diabetes educator. They wanted me
to aim for an HbA1c of 7% (53mmol/L),"...
By Helen Jackson
Accredited Practising Dietitian and Credentialled
Information about diabetes-related free foods can be
Ideally, a free food for people living with diabetes is
considered to have only a small amount of carbohydrate (5 grams or
Official sources of information about COVID-19 are providing
facts. The following story is about one man living with type 1
diabetes who has contracted the virus.
His story does not represent how every person with diabetes will
be affected but it does describe how one individual who lives...
As with any public health emergency, information
changes according to what we learn. Here is a list of the most
pertinent information for people with type 1 diabetes about
COVID-19 as we know it today.
What's happening with diabetes
medications and products?
The Government has...
Australia's leading national diabetes
organisations are standing together to support people with diabetes
during the COVID-19 pandemic.
These are unprecedented times. However, Australia's diabetes
community is strong and resilient - and working together we are