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Australian and Danish
researchers teamed up to examine the results of 14 studies that
included yoga as a method of controlling exisiting, or reducing the
risks of developing diabetes.
And they say they found enough complementary evidence to say
there is a link between yoga and a lessened...
Swedish researchers have identified a window of
HbA1c that is associated with lower risks of complications for
people withtype 1 diabetes.
The research, published in the British Medical Journal, was
carried out by a team from the universities of Gothenburg and
Linköping. It found...
A device that uses the eye rather than finger
pricking to measure blood glucose levels is one step further along
development and closer to being made available to the public after
being awarded a patent.
Currently known as an optical glucometer, the product has been
developed by Prof Bill...
A study published in the Nature
Medicinejournal suggests a revolutionaryinsulin
pillmay allow people withtype 1diabetesto avoid
needing to take injections.
A specialist unit at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology
has developed a 3cm capsule which...
Tear-testing may be the future of screening for diabetic
peripheral neuropathy, a debilitating condition that affects people
with diabetes, new research from UNSW Sydney suggests.
The study, is the first to show that peripheral nerve damage -
often the earliest sign of the condition -...
are biosimilar medicines and how do they relate to biological
Biosimilar medicines are very similar, but not identical,
versions of an already registered biological medicine (also called
the reference biological medicine, which is the first brand to
What better way to embrace Spring than with Walktober?
What is Walktober?
Walktober is an annual health awareness and fundraising event
that challenges people to move every day in October.
How to make Walktober work for you?
Walking can be done at any pace and at any age. It...
Preparation is key to making sure your hospital visit goes as
smoothly as possible. If your stay is planned, your healthcare team
should have helped you preparein advance but you may find it
useful to ask the following additional questions to make sure you
have all bases covered. The more...
Sunshine Coast Podiatrist Rob Wotton shares
his knowledge on how to look after your feet.
What is diabetic peripheral neuropathy?
Diabetic peripheral neuropathy refers to damage of the nerves of
the hands and/or feet caused by diabetes. It usually affects the
In-house psychologist Katherine Dixon talks with people living
with type 1 diabetes on a range of emotional issues.
Katherine says there are several common concerns that callers
People sometimes feel they are the only ones struggling. Yet
the issues are often common...