A nutrition and health expert at Edge Hill is investigating the role that term-time employment plays in protecting University students at risk of experiencing food poverty.
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.
Hazel Flight from Edge Hill University discusses the benefits and newly discovered risks of going vegetarian with some essential advice for anyone taking part in Veganuary.
An early researcher at Edge Hill University is looking at inequalities between different ethnic groups to investigate why BAME women typically gain more weight during pregnancy and ways to address health risks.
Children and parents are being urged to share their views with researchers to make sure they are getting accurate information about Covid-19.
Dieticians from Edge Hill University are playing a critical role in supporting patients during the Covid-19 pandemic.
A student who has gone the extra mile to support mature learners returning to education has been recognised with a prestigious University Scholarship.
A catering professional who lost her husband to cancer turned to study to find out more about how food may have an impact on the disease’s cause and possible mitigation.
A Nigerian student who overcame language barriers has graduated with a 2.1 BSc (Hons) in Nutrition and Health from Edge Hill University. Grace Bajo, who moved to the UK with her family seven years ago, threw herself into university life to improve her English and started an Edge Hill Nutrition Society. With a passion for […]
A graduate of Edge Hill University has been sharing some of the findings of her dissertation which includes suggestions that allotment owners might be among the healthiest people in the UK based on their diet.