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Diabetes is characterised by higher than normal levels of glucose in the blood. Leon Ephraim/Unsplash

How Australians Die: cause #5 – diabetes

Diabetes is a leading cause of death as well as of heart attacks, strokes, amputations, kidney failure, depression and severe infections – all of which themselves contribute to premature death.
Coronary heart disease is almost always a consequence of atherosclerosis; a build-up of cholesterol and other material in the walls of our arteries. Heart Attack Heaven/Flickr

How Australians Die: cause #1 – heart diseases and stroke

Global deaths from heart disease rose from 12.3 million in 1990 to 17.3 million in 2013. Most of the increase occurred in developing countries and in disadvantaged people in developed countries.
The physical and mental health benefits associated with moving, being active and mindful are not just limited to yoga. Robert Kneschke/Shutterstock

Yoga may be the missing link to stroke survivors' rehabilitation

One in six Australians will have a stroke in their lifetime. That's about 51,000 strokes per year, or one every ten minutes.

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