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Researchers from Deakin University and Barwon Health have
found a new way to measure fracture-risk specifically for people
with diabetes, addressing an often overlooked health issue faced by
people living with the disease.
Lead researcher Dr Kara Holloway, from the Centre for
This article from the Courier Mail today.
The number of younger Queenslanders being diagnosed with Type II
diabetes is growing.
National Diabetes Services Scheme (NDDS) data, obtained by
Diabetes Queensland, has identified an increasing number of 20 to
30 year olds being...
The Kellion Awards for Queensland was held on 12 November - in
time to mark World Diabetes Day 2017 on 14 November.
What is the Kellion
The gathering of Kellion Victory Medal recipients,
hosted by Diabetes Queensland to mark National Diabetes Week, was
held at the...
Scientists have come up with an innovative approach to tackling
Australia's poor vegetable intake, with the launch of a new app
that challenges people to eat more veggies.
Using a gamified approach, CSIRO's new VegEze app aims to motivate
Australians to add extra vegetables to their daily...
of Advanced Nursingstudy recommends that clinicians
should pay extra attention to females with type 2 diabetes when
conducting sleep-related assessments.
Thestudy examined whether diabetes-related symptoms (e.g.
fatigue, neuropathic pain, diabetes distress and...
Bariatric surgery is safe and effective in older adults,
yielding results on par with younger patients, according to the
first long-term outcomes study of bariatric surgery versus medical
management in severely obese patients age 60 or older.
In these older patients, laparoscopic...
Regional Queensland children are more likely to be overweight or
obese and at risk of developing type 2 diabetes than their Brisbane
Queensland Health statistics show almost every regional
Queensland city has a higher rate of overweight or obese children
By Mel Rodgers
Earlier this year I cycled across America. That's
right. I rode a bicycle 4200 miles from New York City to San
Francisco. Those 10 weeks ended up being the best weeks of my life
to date. I rode with a group of 19 strangers, all linked by living
with Type 1...
The stage is set for the first ever World Cup of Voice-Activated
Technology in Diabetes: five finalist will make their final pitch
to a panel of industry leaders from Google, Novo Nordisk, and
HITLAB at the2017 HITLAB
Innovators Summit: New Yorkon 29...
Getting more greens into your diet could cut your risk of heart
disease and stroke by as much as 40 per cent, according to new
research from Edith Cowan University.
Researchers from ECU's School of Medical and Health Sciences
studied the diets of more than 1000 Western Australian...