As Loughborough University research reveals many four-year-olds are not physically ready for school, the experts behind the findings share some simple activities for parents to try at home with their children to improve physical development…
Many people believe the Psychoactive Substances Act – which came into force on May 26 – was long overdue and necessary to tackle the growing use of ‘legal highs’. But will legislation solve the problem or make it worse? Criminologist Dr Mark Monaghan looks at the evidence.
Have you heard? Today’s the day (29 April) to make a stand for workplace health. Are you ready to take up the On Your Feet Britain challenge? Our sedentary behaviour expert Dr Stacy Clemes shares her top tips on how to sit less and move more.
This weekend (23 April) marks the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death. Our expert, Renaissance Scholar Dr Joan Fitzpatrick, takes a look at what dietary literature tells us about food habits in Shakespeare’s day.
It’s time to face facts – we’re just not active enough. And all that sitting down is bad for your health. But what can be done to change this? Loughborough University’s health and wellbeing experts give their view.