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Genetics is a major factor when it comes to the risk of
developing autoimmune conditions such as type 1 diabetes.
In human cells, a person's genome - about 1.8 metres of DNA - is
compressed inside the nucleus via a three-dimensional folding
process. Specialized proteins decode the genetic...
By Dale Cooke, Dietitian
Have you had a question about your diabetes but felt it might be
too silly to ask your health professional?
Living with diabetes is a complex business. We would all agree
that it often requires more than just tablet/s or insulin...
A new national
schools program is set to ease the strain of type 1 diabetes on
families by helping to ensure that principals, teachers and school
staff have the support, training and tools they need to support
students with type 1 diabetes at school.
survey found that...
Researchers in the US
have developed a smart insulin-delivery patch that could one day
monitor and manage glucose levels in people living with diabetes
and deliver the necessary insulin dosage. The adhesive patch, about
the size of a 10 cent piece, is intended for once-a-day use.
New cases of type 1
diabetes are increasing worldwide. However, scientists and
researchers have struggled to identify a direct cause.
Many have questioned if changes in the environment or lifestyle
have impacted the condition. A newly released paper published in The Lancet Diabetes &...
One in two Queenslanders aged 16 to 85 years may experience
mental illness, and Queensland Health has launched a campaign to
help us improve our mental wellbeing.
Dear Mind encourages all Queenslanders to make time for
themselves and prioritise their mental wellbeing to help...
The Federal Government has announced changes to the Continuous
Glucose Monitoring (CGM) Initiative, opening access to this life
changing technology to thousands more Australians living with type 1
Diabetes Australia CEO Professor Greg Johnson
welcomed Freestyle Libre's...
Study suggests noninvasive
spectroscopy could be used to monitor blood glucose
People living with with diabetes have to test their blood
glucose levels several times a day to make sure they are not
getting too high or too low. Studies have shown that more than half
Most people kick off January by
creating resolutions that aim to add healthy habits to their daily
life. Which is great, but they don't always work - which is ok. So
why not think a little differently and try letting go of some
With that in mind, here are a few things you...
By Alison Crow, Diabetes Educator
Camping off grid is an
Aussie tradition. Enjoying the outdoors, barbeques and camping with
the family go hand in hand with summer holidays. But when camping
in the summerheat, it's a
good idea to consider medication storage for diabetes...