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Fewer females may be diagnosed with autism due to gender bias, new research suggests
Fewer females may be diagnosed with autism due to misconceptions that autism is a male condition, new research has found.
Edge Hill University worker dedicates hundreds of hours to searching for vulnerable people
Vital funds are being sought to help Merseyside Lowland Search and Rescue team (MerSAR) with much-needed new resources.
Renowned business leader Sir Terry Leahy receives Honorary Doctorate from Edge Hill University
Sir Terry Leahy, credited with turning Tesco into one of the world’s leading supermarket chains, has been awarded an Honorary Doctorate by Edge Hill University.
PE at school isn’t like adult exercise – but maybe it should be
In a new article for The Conversation Ash Cox, Lecturer in Youth Physical Activity and Physical Education, takes a look at PE and how it compares to how adults do exercise in later life.
Edge Hill University champions community voices on climate action
Community voices urging greater action on the climate emergency will be presented to political leaders after Edge Hill University hosted the first Lancashire Community Climate Action Forum.
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