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A new study shows a cellular connection between diabetes and
blood vessel narrowing that boosts one's risk of chronic and
potentially fatal health conditions, including stroke and heart
A team of researchers at the University of California has found
a link between diabetes and...
Following the Australian Guide to Healthy Eating (AGTHE) means
that all foods are part of a healthy eating plan.
However, some foods need to be eaten in greater quantities than
For example, it's recommended to have five serves of vegetables
Periodontitis is a common chronic inflammatory disease which,
left untreated, damages the supporting structures around the
Gum disease affects almost one in four Australians.
This rate increases to more than half of all people aged over 65
National Diabetes Services
Scheme (NDSS) Access Points supply registrants with subsidized
products and related information to help them manage their
They offer easy access to subsidised products in the community.
The majority of Access Points are community pharmacies;...
A simple Mediterranean-style diet in pregnancy has the potential
to reduce weight gain in pregnancy and the risk of gestational
diabetes, according to a clinical trial led by Queen Mary
University of London and the University of Warwick.
The results, published in the journal...
A smartphone app and
wrist-worn heart rate monitor is helping patients with type 2
diabetes get the exercise they need to cut blood sugar
A Queensland study will test whether patients with type 2
diabetes can slash blood sugar levels and improve overall health
Twenty-three people and their loved ones
gathered at a special morning tea for Kellion Victory Medal
recipients, hosted by Diabetes Queensland on Sunday 14 July to mark
the beginning of National Diabetes Week.
Kellion Victory Awards are presented
to people who have lived with...
More Australians are being
hospitalised each year for diabetes complications that could
potentially be avoided by earlier diagnosis and better
The rate of potentially preventable hospitalisations due to
diabetes complications has risen 4% between 2017-18 in...
A new smartinsulinhas been developed which could
help people prevent hypoglycaemia, researchers have
Currently known as i-insulin, a research team from the University
of California (UCLA) in Los Angeles have added an extra molecule to
the hormone which they say can...
A simple blood test could help predict whether someone with
diabetes is at risk of having a stroke, according to
US scientists have identified elevated levels of a protein in the
blood of people with diabetes which could indicate stroke