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Ask Your Pharmacist 16h
John Pahos had always eaten well and exercised daily, so when he found out he had type 2 diabetes, it came as a surprise. Read on at ABC News:
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Australian Bureau of Statistics Jul 14
It's . 1 in 20 Australians had diabetes in 2017-18, up from 1 in 30 in 2001.
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WAPHA Jul 15
Know the 4 Ts of – toilet, tired, thirsty, thinner . Read how a WAPHA funded trial helped Pilbara Aboriginal people take control of their diabetes
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victoria sinka 8h
I never thought it'd happen to me. I was pregnant &the nurse called to say I have Gestational Diabetes. I know how prevalent it is & why GD needs to be controlled for foetal health & my childs health in the future. & my healthy ageing.
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MedAdvisor Jul 14
Myth: Diabetes can be prevented! Fact: Not all types of diabetes can be prevented. Type 1 is an autoimmune condition, it cannot be prevented and there is no cure. Did you know that National Diabetes Week kicks off on 14 July until 20 July?
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Health Light Jul 13
You don't have to keep living in pains of diabetes... You can also get your diabetes reversed with proven methods from us, using our supplement... Check out this woman's testimony of how she got free from blood sugar problem.
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HealthPathways Melbourne Jul 14
On National we highlight the diabetes pathways developed to support general practice teams' capacity to screen and manage diabetes and support patients with education. Access them here.
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RWAV Jul 14
Did you know that diabetes is the leading cause of preventable blindness in Australia? While preventable, late diagnosis can lead to irreversibly eye damage. The aims to bridge the gap for rural Victorian communities, .
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Ray Kelly 19h
Ian came to my program because his GP wanted to put him on insulin. It's been 3 years now and he is still going strong. This was taken a couple of years ago.
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Better Health Jul 14
It's . To find out more about the chronic condition, read our guide created with the help of :
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The Suga Project Jul 8
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VicGovDHHS Jul 14
This , find out more about the chronic condition on :
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Christopher Martin Luth Jul 10
Replying to @RLangshire
Just a quick reminder this week is be sure to share with your family! @GrandOldPedoParty
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Human Kinetics AUS Jul 15
It's . It is a complicated disease that shouldn't stop you from exercising. In fact it should be a reason to exercise. Dr Colberg's new book provides real-life examples from a remarkable array of athletes with diabetes from around the wold
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Monica Farrow Jul 13
Learning the 4T’s could just save a life. 1️⃣🚽Toilet – going to the toilet a lot 2️⃣😴Tired – unexplained or excessive fatigue 3️⃣🥤Thirsty – a thirst that can’t be quenched 4️⃣💀Thinner – sudden or unexplained weight loss
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Dr Carolynne White OT Jul 15
Replying to @FionaBodyPosAus
Timely article for .
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Purtier Placenta Jul 12
Oral livecells as proven in some countries in Asia to help senses back Dont give it a second thought your body is made of stemcells no sirgery can do it only live stemcells thanks God. +639175110518
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Olive Wellness Institute Jul 13
The Mediterranean Diet is now recognised as a way to help manage Type 2 in many best-practice guidelines across the globe. Think 🙌 We've summarised why on our blog:
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Christopher Martin Luth Jul 9
your generation bankrupted Medicaid and social security. Lets face it, the is too old, lazy and undereducated to be making decisions that affect all of us. Literally your entire party is a preexisting condition.
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Health & Nutrition Jul 13
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