A Nutrition and Health student at Edge Hill University who wants to investigate how food affects mood has won a coveted Summer Studentship from the Nutrition Society.
UK rapper Professor Green, who recently made the acclaimed documentary Working Class White Men for Channel 4, was ‘in conversation’ on the same subject at a free public event at Edge Hill University on 7th June.
Edge Hill University Medical School has announced the launch of a Foundation Year for Medicine, starting in 2019.
Can you determine someone’s personality traits by simply looking at their eyebrows? An academic from Edge Hill’s Faculty of Health is working on a project to find out how important eyebrows are in shaping our identity.
Edge Hill University has launched a new MSc Midwifery programme for registered nurses working in adult care who seek dual registration.
Passionate about expanding her knowledge, second-year Child Nursing student Bethany Attwood will be travelling to Ghana to care for sick children as part of her undergraduate professional placement.
Darcie Caldcleugh works as a children’s worker with a registered charity, and believes her BSc in Child Health and Wellbeing prepared her “in the best way possible” for employment.
Anne-Marie Douglas, founder of social justice charity Peer Power, visited Edge Hill University to talk at an event about the health and wellbeing needs of young people in the justice system.
A lecturer from Edge Hill University has discovered that chocolate can be manufactured in a way which may help with weight management, and it won’t taste any different.
Edge Hill University is one of three sites across England that has been chosen to deliver the National Accelerated MSc Pre-registration Nursing Programme.