Thea O'connor Australia will soon have a new number one killer, and we can't ignore it.
Chef Michael Moore's family recipes make carbohydrate exchanges easy.
Erik Jensen THE rate of diabetes has increased by up to 40 per cent over five years in coastal retirement areas of NSW and has reached worryingly high levels in western Sydney - areas of the state least able to...
Kate Hagan Melbourne researchers are a step nearer to developing a vaccine for type 1 diabetes, after showing that a nasal spray can stop the body's immune system from attacking insulin-producing cells.
Jill Stark and Elise Dalley A GOURMET meal may be as bad for you as a Big Mac, according to diabetes researchers who are alarmed at the rise in young men diagnosed with the disease.
Amy Corderoy THERE are hopes Australia could become a world leader in diabetes treatment after the announcement last night of the establishment of a $5 million chair of diabetes research at the University of...
THE diabetes drug Avandia will be reviewed in Australia after regulators withdrew it from the European market.
Jane Kirby and Hugh Macknight LONDON: People with type 2 diabetes could reverse their condition by following a very low-kilojoule diet, according to new research in Britain.
Despite its benefits, the poses and the chanting can be too much of a stretch for some males.
Kathleen Alleaume Juices and smoothies are equally fashionable within the cleanse culture, yet each has distinct advantages and drawbacks.
Paula Goodyer Five years ago, designer Matthew Beattie was dedicating four evenings each week to Latin dancing - a mix of merengue and salsa that kept him fit and gave him a social life.
Paula Goodyer Hard-to-manage blood sugar levels can make it difficult to exercise with Type 1 diabetes - but a new program is showing the way.
The Gallic appetite for good food and wine is no secret. But less is known about how this strong culture helps a nation stay slim.
Paula Goodyer You go to the gym and work out for 15 minutes three times a week. In return for this small investment in time, there's a big payoff.
Not for wimps
Paula Goodyer Short, sharp workouts can really boost your fitness - but they're not for wimps
Waste of money?
Paula Goodyer Are multivitamins a way to plug nutritional gaps - or a waste of money?
Paula Goodyer Finding the motivation to get fitter by regular walking deserves a pat on the back - so imagine how it feels if instead you get people yelling at you from passing cars, poking fun at your size.
Kim Arlington Four out of five Australian children do not get enough daily exercise. One in four is overweight or obese.
Jane Mulkerrins Miss Universe calls when staying at home with a frozen Lean Cuisine meal isn’t an option.
Paula Goodyer Fitness is possible at any size: it just takes the right exercise - and a little kindness from other people.