Academics at Edge Hill University have found that spending time on social media, specifically WhatsApp, is good for our wellbeing.
A team of academics from Edge Hill University are conducting research which could play an instrumental role in the future of beach schools.
An Edge Hill University professor has spoken about the importance of creative activity to health and wellbeing at the UK’s first culture, health and wellbeing conference. As part of the Culture, Health and Wellbeing Alliance conference Professor Owen Evans, spoke of the importance of the arts in helping to keep people […]
Following the successful introduction of a student Active Wellbeing scheme last year, Edge Hill University has been granted British Universities and Colleges Sport (BUCS) Active funding to develop the scheme further.
Can a wealth of extra-curricular activities be putting too much strain on children and family life? A study led by an Edge Hill University academic has the answer.
Arts Council England Chief Darren Henley will speak at a launch event for The Oxford Handbook of Dance and Wellbeing taking place at Edge Hill University on Friday 23 February.
Edge Hill is aiming to improve the health and wellbeing of Everton Football Club’s workforce by undertaking a unique research project with the club.
Identifying with a specific group of online gamers, such those who play Football Manager, can help gamers’ overall feelings of psychological wellbeing.
The University and Students’ Union join forces for Mental Health Awareness Day and pledge to help end discrimination.