People living with type 1 diabetes are forever being told, by their healthcare team, that exercise will support their diabetes management. However, without preparation exercise can affect a person’s blood glucose levels and cause hypoglycaemia or [...]
The Diabetes WA team have been on the road this month delivering the adapted Aboriginal DESMOND workshop to people living with type 2 diabetes in both the Collie and Mandurah areas of the South West. Facilitators from Diabetes WA presented the Aboriginal [...]
New research presented at the Annual Meeting of the European Association for the Study of Diabetes (EASD) has demonstrated an innovative new safety protocol which has enabled people living with insulin-dependent diabetes to work safely as commercial [...]
Research Summary: Australian closed-loop study shows encouraging results for long-term blood glucose management
Australian diabetes researchers have conducted a study that found that adults living with type 1 diabetes using a hybrid closed-loop system for insulin delivery had better diabetes-related outcomes– both HbA1c and time-in-target-range measurements when [...]
Findings from research that spanned two decades have suggested that handgrip strength may be able to help predict a person’s risk of developing type 2 diabetes. Scientists from Bristol and Eastern Finland studied the handgrip muscular strength of 776 men [...]
Research Summary: Metabolic lipid dysregulation may predict type 2 diabetes risk for women post gestational diabetes
Scientists in Canada have discovered that changes in lipid metabolism for women after childbirth may be the driving force leading to the development of type 2 diabetes (T2D) following gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) during pregnancy.