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Living with addiction and recovery

Issued:17/05/17

By Dr Catrin Andersson and Professor David BestThere is now clear and consistent evidence that recovery is a process or a journey that lasts around...



How Pakistani and Indian women confront marital economic...

Issued:16/05/17

Although disputes over finances are known to be common in South Asian families, relatively little is known about the prevalence and severity...



Setting out to explore new frontiers of collaboration

Issued:03/10/16

Professor Paul Harrison in the Pro Vice-Chancellor for Research and Innovation at Sheffield Hallam University and is also the National Director of...



Professor Steve Fothergill: Closure of Kellingley...

Issued:16/12/15

On Friday 18 December 2015, Britain’s last colliery – Kellingley in Yorkshire – is scheduled to close.The closure is a significant...



Steve Haake: Creating the perfect health and wellbeing...

Issued:23/09/15

Media articles about overweight children, rising levels of obesity and diabetes appear in the news almost every day.  Most recently the World...



Jon Dean: Should ethics take a back seat in homelessness...

Issued:03/03/15

In doing their work, charity fundraisers have to ask themselves moral and ethical questions. Public requests for donations need to appeal to a wide...