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COVID-19 is changing the way we live, work and socialise.
It may also be impacting your sleep if you're feeling
overwhelmed and anxious about the risk of contracting the virus or
the impact it could have on your family and friends.
Right now though, getting a good night's sleep...
People with diabetes are urged to continue their usual
insulin purchasing practices and not stockpile or refill
prescriptions more frequently.
ThePharmacy Guild of
Australiaand Australia's leading national diabetes
Researchers in the US have developed a way to
protect transplanted drug-producing cells from immune system
rejection. Creating "living drug factories" which could help
treatdiabetesand other conditions and
One promising way to treatdiabetesis...
A special supplement about to be published in
theJournal of the Endocrine Society, reports that
a type of Artificial Intelligence (AI) called machine learning
mayhelp predict who will develop diabetes.
Diabetesis linked to 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...
Children who are diagnosed with type 1 diabetes under the age of
seven have a different form of the condition compared with those
diagnosed aged 13 or above, according to UK researchers.
In a report in the BBC's Science Focus magazine, the research
outlines that type 1 diabetes can be...
By Donna Itzstein
Pharmacist and Credentialled Diabetes
Responsibility for a pet has been found to help adolescents
achieve healthier blood glucose levels, a US study has found.
Living with type 1 diabetes is a constant challenge. The
peak age group of diagnosis...
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...