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The Pharmaceutical Benefits Advisory Committee (PBAC)
has recently opened a period of consumer comments on Dulaglutide
(Trulicity) and is interested in hearing from people living with
type 2 diabetes, their family, friends and carers, healthcare
professionals and patient or consumer groups about...
A major new study by the University of Bristol has confirmed the
benefits of exercise on our health and wellbeing.
The results have led to UK's four Chief Medical Officers (CMOs)
updating their guidance on how exercise can help people stay fit
A fresh start!
Spring is in the air and the new season brings welcome changes.
We often have more energy, vitality, and motivation as we come out
of winter and yes, it's a cliché, but it's a great motivating
force. So jump on nature's coat tails and take the change in season
Perhaps more than anyone else, children living with type 1
diabetes need good friendships to deal with the stress they face
Since last October, Jack has been living with type 1 diabetes.
Every day he has to endure blood glucose testing and insulin
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...
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...
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...
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...
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