Insulin and non-insulin injection devices for diabetes
Insulin and non-insulin medicines used to treat diabetes may need to be injected. Different types of delivery devices available for these medicines include pens, pumps, jets and syringes. Read more on how to use your device safely and effectively here.
Why a diabetes test might be overdue for you
Diabetes is being diagnosed too late in many Australians, and by delaying a visit to the doctor they put themselves at risk of life-threatening health problems.
Stay safe while flying with diabetes
If you live with diabetes and travel by plane, forward preparation is crucial. Use these tips on meals, insulin and emergency planning so you arrive safely.
Devices to self-monitor your blood sugar
Information about devices for diabetes testing and monitoring, blood sugar and ketone testing equipment can be found on this page.
Type 1 diabetes
Being diagnosed with type 1 diabetes can be overwhelming. However, while the condition is not curable, there are ways to manage it successfully.
Diabetes is a long-term condition where blood glucose levels become too high as the body either produces little or no insulin, or can't use insulin properly.