Researchers at Edge Hill University have investigated how sleep and physical activity could influence the mental health of children and young people living in Lancashire.
Edge Hill is looking at how students and staff benefitted from the University’s Feel Good February events as well as highlighting the year-round support on offer on today’s University Mental Health Day.
Edge Hill University is hosting Feel Good February to support the health and wellbeing of students and staff with a huge range of online events designed to support resilience and re-energise people.
Edge Hill has pledged to commit greater support for students who are studying without the support of a family network, and ensure they are given the best chance to thrive at university.
Today is Blue Monday, supposedly the most depressing day of the year. While the day has been widely debunked as pseudoscience, a counselling expert at Edge Hill University explains why mental health awareness should be a year-round conversation.
In a brutally honest and humbling hour-and-a-half, the former professional footballer and broadcaster, talked about his mental health journey, suicide attempts and road to recovery with his wife, Carrie, standing by his side.
Former British boxing world heavyweight champion, Frank Bruno, has spoken of his admiration of the facilities available to students at Edge Hill University, and also of the leading teaching and research which students experience in relation to sport and mental health.