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Study confirms early bedtimes improve health for this group

A study shows diabetics who go to bed early are more likely to be healthier and more physically active compared to night owls.

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Researchers laud find that could revolutionise treatment for millions

A study led by University of Melbourne researchers has identified a protein that could ‘revolutionise’ the treatment of a health problem affecting millions worldwide.

Cakes & Baking

Magic muffins four ways

A simple, delicious recipe that is gluten-free and versatile.

Diseases

How diabetes can affect your oral health

Dental hygienist Tabitha Acret has some good and bad news for diabetes sufferers, but your fate is in your hands, she says.

Diseases

Signs you might have type 2 diabetes

The signs and symptoms of type 2 diabetes can be mild at the beginning, making it hard to recognise. One in three people with the condition don’t know they have it.

COVID-19

Researchers probe link between COVID-19 and diabetes

Lancet researchers suspect COVID-19 infection may induce onset diabetes in otherwise healthy people.

Diseases

On World Diabetes Day, check whether you’re at risk

Are you more thirsty than usual? Passing more urine? Always feeling hungry? These are some of the symptoms of type 2 diabetes, a condition that is commonly diagnosed at a later age.

Diseases

Breakthrough diabetes drug has researchers excited

An international study, led by Monash University, has uncovered a drug that could treat obesity, diabetes and loss of muscle mass.

Diseases

What we should all know about Australia’s biggest health challenge

It has been called the epidemic of the 21st century and the biggest challenge confronting Australians.

Health news

Diabetes drug trial stuns researchers

A new breakthrough treatment for kidney disease offers hope for hundreds of millions of people with diabetes and heart disease.

Health

Type 2 diabetes linked to memory loss in older Aussies

New research shows that type 2 diabetes is associated with a decline in verbal memory and fluency in older people.

Health News

Is being a night owl bad for your health?

Night owls may have a higher risk of suffering from heart disease and type 2 diabetes than early risers.

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