Most people eat too much cereal for breakfast, but new research from Edge Hill University suggests the amount people put in their bowls depends on which cereal they are eating.
A PhD student at Edge Hill University whose antimicrobial research could aid the discovery of new antibiotics has secured a “once in a lifetime” opportunity to interview one of the world’s leading scientists.
New research by Edge Hill University and its partners has found that young adults living with life-limiting conditions and complex healthcare needs often struggle to access sufficient respite care once they turn 18.
Researchers at Edge Hill University have published the first study of its kind into the benefits of Rugby League Cares’s Offload programme and have concluded it is saving lives and providing those involved in the game a safe space for men to discuss mental health.
An international network of children’s nursing experts including Professor of Children’s Nursing at Edge Hill, Bernie Carter, has released a unique e-book containing children’s self-penned experiences of COVID-19 restrictions.
A new study led by Edge Hill University has received national recognition for its fresh approach to how general practice (GP) surgeries assess suspected COVID-19 patients.
In this blog post for Edge Hill’s Institute for Social Responsibility, Programme Leader for Politics Paula Keaveney discusses the recent intervention of the Labour Party in the selection of the candidates for the Mayor of Liverpool position and what it reveals about democracy.
New research by an Edge Hill University academic has delved deep into the hearts and minds of Liverpudlians to uncover what ‘home’ really means to people living in the city.
Independent filmmaker and Edge Hill lecturer Rosa Fong has released a powerful series of short films that address the racial inequalities in British screen industries.
A team of researchers at Edge Hill University has been awarded funding by the British Academy (BA) to investigate portrayals of autism in the British press in a bid to address the acceptance of the lifelong neurodevelopmental condition that affects the lives of millions in the UK.