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A study of older Australians has found a morning bout of
moderate-intensity exercise improves cognitive performance such as
decision-making across the day compared to prolonged sitting
The findings also suggest we may be able to do different types
There are some startling conclusions being drawn about
fluoridation and its effect on type 2, but none from reputable
Researching something you want to know more about, using the
internet, can be confusing.
Finding the right information that has evidence and...
By Donna Itzstein
Diabetes Qld Pharmacist
Cells need glucose for energy but too much glucose is not good
for our bodies.
High glucose levels may damage the protective coating around our
nerves. This damage can lead to burning, stabbing pain or 'pins and
needles' in the...
Diabetes Queensland is offering an important new learning
opportunity for anyone using insulin or about to start using
Introduced earlier this year, Living with Insulin is a
free, three-hour session for about a dozen people designed to
clarify and refresh your knowledge...
A major grant has been awarded to a US researcher who will
further investigate stem cell therapies for type 1 diabetes
Xiaojun "Lance" Lian, assistant professor of biomedical
engineering at Penn State University, is one of three recipients of
the College of Engineering's...
Would you like to know more about pregnancy and diabetes?
Diabetes Queensland is organising Pregnancy and Diabetes, Plan for
the Best Start events to help you prepare for a healthy
The best preparation for a healthy pregnancy starts with getting
the right information...
If you live with type 1, use a pen for insulin injections, and
want to reduce the burden diabetes places on your life, the OzDAFNE
program may be your ticket to an easier future.
"I think every person with type 1 diabetes will learn something
that will improve their lives," is the...
John Jerrard, 78, has dedicated much of his life to giving the
very best support, advice and care to our diabetes community.
Now living in Ormiston on the Bay south of Brisbane, the retired
pharmacist has seen a great deal of change in diabetes treatment
since he bought a pharmacy...
In 2008, Gayle, who lives with type 1 diabetes, was told by an
eye specialist that she had macular degeneration, a degenerative
eye condition resulting in distortion or loss of central vision,
and she had laser surgery on both eyes.
The following year she was driving an elderly...
When Shane Close's 10-year-old daughter Ashlee was diagnosed
with type 1 diabetes about this time last year, he never imagined
it would lead to meeting one of his all-time heroes and becoming a
fundraiser to help children with diabetes.
This humble dad of two girls...