Make day-to-day diabetes management easier by choosing the right lancing device for you
Stay on target with blood glucose monitoring with these tips from diabetes educator Dr Kate Marsh
Awareness of your eating habits is important – especially if you have diabetes
Find out how to manage the symptoms of this common diabetes-related condition
Find out why having Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) increases your risk of developing type 2 diabetes
Find out more about what insulin is and how to use it better.
Feeling bloated or nauseas after meals?
Find out more about type 1 diabetes – and what you can do to help yourself (or your loved one) live better with it
Are you one of the 500,000 Australians who currently have undiagnosed type 2 diabetes? From your risk factors to what to do after being diagnosed, here’s the key facts on Australia’s fastest-growing medical condition
Keep your diabetes management on track by adding these experts to your care team
Find out more about the key pieces of technology in your diabetes management arsenal
Incorporating medication into your type 2 management may seem scary at first, but it might be the healthiest step you’ll ever take…
Did you know that 5-10% of women will develop gestational diabetes during pregnancy? Discover what it is, who’s at risk and how to live well with it after a diagnosis.
Do you feel your GP isn’t giving you the support you need – and deserve – with your diabetes management? Diabetic Living GP Dr Gary Deed helps you forge a path forward.
Fact – being sick can make your diabetes more difficult to manage. Take action ahead of time by building a sick day plan with these tips from Diabetic Living diabetes educator Dr Kate Marsh
Get ahead of diabetes-related complications by taking charge of problem areas like your kidneys, eyes and feet. Here’s how…
Every recipe in Diabetic Living has been carefully created to help you enjoy a healthy, balanced diet. Confused about any of the terms used in our recipes? Get the insider scoop here…
Learn how to prevent low blood glucose levels and stop them in their tracks with these handy hints
Spot, treat and prevent high blood glucose levels with this handy how-to guide
Like any other diabetes-related complication, depression is treatable. If you think you might be depressed, here’s how to seek help.