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Shorter people are more likely to develop type 2 diabetes,
according to a study published in the journal Diabetologia.
Tall people might be at greater risk of
developing cancer, but short people have their own risks, according
to the research.
Researchers looked at more than...
Research from the Baker Heart and Diabetes Institute in
Melbourne suggests exposure to bisphenol A (BPA) increases the risk
of developing type 2 diabetes.
An article about the research in numerous Fairfax media reported
that BPA is the controversial chemical used to make certain
According to the Harvard Medical School, for people who live
with diabetes, exercise is one of the foundations of good
For everyone, exercise helps control weight, lowers blood
pressure, lowers harmful LDL cholesterol and triglycerides, raises
healthy HDL cholesterol, strengthens...
Con Leontsinis (centre) loves his life, and he's not going to
let type 2 diabetes cast a shadow over it.
As with most contented people, Con is grateful to those who have
made his life good.
Kathy, his wife of 50 years, gets a special mention: "My wife
cooks good meals. She makes...
If you live with diabetes and are looking for a new challenge in
the New Year, Beat It, a free physical activity and lifestyle
program, may interest you.
Beat It is an eight-week physical activity and lifestyle program
delivered by Accredited Exercise Physiologists who have...
From the latest fast-acting insulin to your rights and
responsibilities when driving, 2019 was an information-filled year
for Diabetes Queensland and our members.
With the end of the year approaching, we look back at our most
read research and news stories. Here are our most popular...
A recent European study has found that women living with
diabetes are at greater risk of cardiovascular complications with
the trend set to increase in the coming decades.
Cardiovascular disease is more likely to occur earlier in
patients with diabetes. It can be up 15 years earlier and...
The number of Queenslanders impacted by diabetes is grossly
underestimated, according to Diabetes Queensland CEO Sturt
"One in four Queenslanders over the age of 25 lives with
diabetes or pre-diabetes. If you add to that number the family,
friends and carers who support them,...
Having diabetes puts you at greater
risk of coronary heart disease, but research by the Heart
Foundation, shows us the link is not widely known.
Heart disease, including coronary heart disease, is a major
cause of death among people with diabetes. People with diabetes can
be up to four...
Adding strength training, push-ups or crunches to your weekly
exercise routine could decrease your likelihood of obesity by
Using data on 1.7 million adults, University of Southern
Queensland (USQ) research found that doing muscle-strengthening
activities twice a week was just as...