Diabetic Living Picks Up Gong At 2014 Australian Magazine Awards

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Pacific Magazine’s title Diabetic Living has taken out the award for best ‘Health and Family’ magazine at the 2014 Australian Magazine Awards.

This is the second time the health magazine has won the accolade.

The magazine brand is reaching consumers via social media, digital editions and online, ensuring expert information is accessible at anytime, on any device for people wanting the latest in health, food and diabetes information.

“Diabetic Living is ideal for health, food and lifestyle advertisers looking to reach a highly motivated market who are looking for ways to improve their health outcomes,” says Donna Hodges, Pacific Magazines sales director of home titles.

Diabetic Living has 404,000 readers for every issue, almost 30% larger than its nearest competitor. Diabetic Living is the most read magazine in the health category and is the only consumer media brand to serve households managing diabetes and pre-diabetes.

Mara Lee, editor of Diabetic Living said: “Each day, 280 people in Australia develop diabetes. We are there for them. Diabetic Living has wide appeal for the millions of Australians who want to adopt a healthier lifestyle.”

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“Our circulation and readership increases over the years leave us in no doubt that Diabetic Living is addressing the needs of this growing audience.”

“I am delighted that the industry has also recognised the success by awarding us the AMA Health and Family title of the year,” she said.

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