Pharmacists can make a big difference to the lives of people with diabetes, says credentialled diabetes educator (CDE) Jayne Lehmann. “They can pick up a lot about a person from …

Healthcare professionals can foster timely insulin initiation by supporting patients with realistic, accurate perceptions of diabetes and its treatment from day one. A recent study1 provides insights into some of …

Guidelines are flawed and must be revised as type 2 diabetes is reversible, says the 2020 Australian of the Year. Dietary1 and clinical guidelines2 must change along with our love …

Findings released from one of the largest surveys of people with type 1 diabetes (T1D) reveals the cost of managing the condition is resulting in poor health outcomes, including depression. …

Diabetic retinopathy (DR) is the leading cause of preventable blindness of working-age adults in the world.1 In Australia it is one of the top five causes of irreversible blindness among …

Melbourne lockdowns see gestational diabetes cases rise, while experts warn women are missing out on funded-education and support. COVID lockdowns could be behind an increase seen in the rate of …

It’s an exciting time for type 1 diabetes (T1D) research with several big breakthroughs poised to make a significant impact on the lives of people with the disease, writes Dr …

‘Cholesterol complacency’ call to action For the first time in nearly a decade, new data highlights the potential extent of the cholesterol problem among high-risk patents costing the economy $1.5 …

Better pay and referral pathways—along with improved education and training—are desperately needed to help tackle diabetes, say award winning credentialled diabetes educators, consultant pharmacist Kirrily Chambers and registered nurse Jayne …

New research1 reveals new type 2 diabetes cases falling or stable—offering hope for Australian screening and prevention efforts. The annual rates of new cases of adults diagnosed with type 2 …

Experts agree menopausal hormone therapy (MHT) is safe and effective for women with no absolute contraindications—but timing is critical Leading menopause experts have welcomed a UK study that suggests the …

Despite a ministerial apology, and subsequent National Action Plan, women with endometriosis continue to experience delayed diagnosis, ongoing pain and indifference Endometriosis is a debilitating, chronic condition that affects 200 …