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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
Research from Harvard reports propionate, a widely used
ingredient that helps prevent mould from forming on foods, may pose
an increased risk for obesity and diabetes.
Calcium propionate is found in some baked goods, dairy products,
processed meats, vegetable products, and egg...
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...
There are more Australians living with type 2 diabetes using
insulin than people with type 1.
Find out more about how Flash Glucose Monitoring technology can
help people on insulin to live with greater ease than our
grandparents could ever have imagined.
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...
By Dale Cooke
Diabetes Queensland Dietitian
Type 2 diabetes is a progressive condition which usually starts
with insulin resistance (think rusty locks on all your cell doors
so glucose can't get in), moves on to pancreatic exhaustion (the
pancreas gets worn out trying to produce more and...
Diabetes distress is not the same as depression. If you don't
know what to look for, you won't know the steps to take to deal
with this common emotional state.
Here is a simple definition and five simple questions to ask
Diabetes distress is when the...
A new national diabetes eye screening program has been launched
to make it easier for people to have regular eye checks.
The program, called KeepSight, will encourage and remind people
living with diabetes to have regular eye checks.
"Every person with...
The NDSS can help people with diabetes stay on top of their
condition. Five minutes of your time may give a lifetime of
benefits to your clients.
After registering with the NDSS, people with diabetes can access
a huge range of resources and...
Matt Wratten, exercise physiologist, made a big impression on
the crowd and Diabetes Queensland health professionals when he
presented at the Gold Coast EXPOsing Diabetes (now Live Your Life)
late last year on the Gold Coast.
He makes an even bigger impression when you speak to...