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The latest clinical and political news for Australian diabetes educators
It reduces neonatal complications.
Malfunction could put patients at risk of hypoglycaemia.
Watch: Senior hospital dietician Andrea Bramley provides some handy tips.
Watch: We ask Monash University's Maryam Tabesh.
Watch: We ask Associate Professor Julie Brimblecombe from Darwin's Menzies School...
Watch: Endocrinologist Tang Wong compares old and new.
From metformin prescribing to GP inertia.
Even the UK's prime minister has been affected.
'Be upfront about the concerns': expert.
Three decade study shows type 2 complications vary with onset timing.
One sex tends to stay on the drugs longer.
'This risk is not routinely talked about', she says.
Saving patients time and money.
MRI shows brain's reaction to walnut smoothies.
Liraglutide and dapagliflozin assessed by PBAC
Biggest ever attendance expected at Australian Diabetes Society conference
Children with newly diagnosed type 1 diabetes are being put on a wide variety of different insulin regimens...
Large number of revisions seems to be the problem.
Benefits for CVD and renal disease, but there is a downside.
Decide whether to monitor on a case-by-case basis, doctors urged
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