• GiLICIOUS Launch – a food brand dedicated to helping prevent Type 2 diabetes

    We are proud to announce that Glycemic Index Foundation and Diabetes NSW & ACT have launched the...

  • 5 diabetes subgroups may have different comorbidities

    Severe insulin-resistant and severe insulin-deficient patients could be targeted for prevention As published in pharmacy news on...

  • Diabetes Research Review

    Read the latest edition of Australian Diabetes Research Review Diabetes_Research_Review_Issue_113 This edition features: -  Dual SGLT-1/2 inhibition with...

  • National Diabetes Week 2019

    National Diabetes Week runs from 14 – 20 July and this year we’re raising awareness of the...

  • Diabetes management for the older person

    When it comes to older adults with diabetes, factors such as frailty, polypharmacy and altered metabolism can...

  • Diabetes and aspirin

    Diabetes and aspirin By Donna Itzstein Diabetes Queensland Pharmacist  The guidelines regarding low-dose aspirin in diabetes have...

  • Diabulimia

    For people with type 1 diabetes, insulin is a lifesaving medication. Missing insulin however, even if only...

  • ‘Keepsight’ helping prevent diabetes related blindness

    Most diabetes-related blindness is preventable, however too many people are losing sight because they aren’t getting their...

  • PCOS and Diabetes: New Management Guidelines

    If you work with women of child-bearing age you’ve probably heard of Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS). Increasingly...

  • Rethinking initial injectable therapy for people with type 2 diabetes

    Research Review have published a review of  a recent speaker event on; Rethinking initial injectable therapy for...

  • Discovery may lead to new diabetes treatments

    Researchers have found that neighbour-cells can take over functions of damaged or missing insulin-producing cells. The discovery...

  • Guidelines and position statements for diabetes in children, adolescents and young adults

    Looking for the latest guidelines and position statements for diabetes in children, adolescents and young adults to...

  • What’s new for 2019 – insulin & pumps

    There’s an excited buzz in the diabetes community with rumours of new pumps, insulins and tools coming...

  • Funding boost to help people with type 1 diabetes access life-changing technology

    Published on the Diabetes Australia website 25 November 2018 Australia’s leading diabetes groups have welcomed a major...

  • Pharmaco extends it range of blood glucose meters

    Healthcare specialist Pharmaco Australia Limited has launched two new blood glucose meters and now has a range...

  • Position Statement: A new language for diabetes

    Diabetes Australia's position statement " A new language for diabetes" outlines the language that should be used...

  • People with type 1 diabetes and Do It Yourself (DIY) technology solutions

    Diabetes Australia's position statement People with type 1 diabetes and Do It Yourself (DIY) technology solutions is designed to...

  • “Low carbohydrate eating for people with diabetes”,

    Diabetes Australia has published a new position statement “Low carbohydrate eating for people with diabetes”, which sets...

  • Global Review Confirms Diabetes Elevates Cancer Risk, Especially in Women

    While the connection between diabetes and cancer has been known, this study was the first to show...

  • Managing Diabetes during Ramadan

    Managing diabetes during Ramadan Are you living with diabetes and planning to fast? Diabetes Educator and Accredited...

  • New Study: Analysing data to understand type 2 diabetes

    Sydney researchers believe untapped medical records could be used to predict when a person is at risk...

  • Researchers propose five new categories for adult-onset diabetes.

    A completely new classification of diabetes which also predicts the risk of serious complications and provides treatment...

  • Increasing Australia’s grain fibre intake could save the economy $3.3 billion a year

    New research, conducted by Deloitte Access Economics and Nutrition Research Australia, shows that if every Australian adult...

  • Exercise and type 1 diabetes: World first guidelines consensus

    PUBLISHED ON FEBRUARY 22, 2017 BY JDRF AUSTRALIA A report by leading type 1 diabetes experts (T1D) from...

  • Newly-identified third type of diabetes is being wrongly diagnosed as type 2

    Andrew McGovern, University of Surrey Most people are familiar with type 1 and type 2 diabetes. Recently, though,...

  • An appy balance

    What do you get when you cross an endocrinologist and a software engineer? An avatar-based app that...

  • Australian research looks at alternatives to blood glucose testing

    Professor Paul Dastoor is leading the way in diabetes research as he and his team work to...

  • Women with prior depression more likely to develop gestational diabetes

    A past history of depression may increase the chance of women developing gestational diabetes, a Chicago study...

  • CSIRO Low Carb Diet Study – the facts

    The CSIRO have released trial findings involving a lower carbohydrate diet and exercise program for people living...

  • Oral health

    Blood glucose levels consistently above recommended target levels can lead to gum disease, tooth decay and tooth...

  • Having day surgery?

    Day surgery Having diabetes means some additional considerations and precautions need to be taken when undergoing day...

  • Safe Sharps Disposal

    Community sharps are medical devices that penetrate the skin and are used in the home or outside...

  • What is Insulin Pump Therapy?

    Following is a brief description of what insulin pump therapy is and the components required to operate...

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