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New project to look at reducing the risk of breast...

Issued:11/01/18

Sport scientists at Sheffield Hallam University are working on a new project that looks at helping breast cancer patients reduce the risk of the disease...



Survey proves clear link between physical activity...

Issued:14/12/17

Life satisfaction, happiness and feelings of being worthwhile are higher for people who are active, while levels of anxiety are lower.People who are...



Research finds antioxidant supplements may have little...

Issued:14/12/17

Taking antioxidant supplements to reduce muscles soreness after exercise could have almost no effect, according to new research by Sheffield Hallam...



New app to revolutionise the UK's PE curriculum

Issued:13/11/17

A new, digital app designed to equip primary school teachers with better skills to improve children’s movement and help them to become active...



Olympic and Para sports worth £19bn to UK economy

Issued:09/11/17

New research by Sheffield Hallam University has shown that the value of Olympic and Paralympic sport to the UK economy now stands at £19bn.The...



Community to become physical activity trailblazers

Issued:18/09/17

Plans to transform a local community into a trailblazing hub of physical activity are underway as a result of an innovative partnership between Sheffield...



First glimpse of new £14m world leading research...

Issued:26/06/17

The first images of Sheffield Hallam University's new Advanced Wellbeing Research Centre (AWRC) have been released. Planning permission for the...



Sheffield set to ‘Move More’ again!

Issued:02/05/17

A unique physical activity programme aiming to get thousands of people on the move across Sheffield is returning – after last year saw the city...



Hallam's prostate cancer research forms new European...

Issued:03/04/17

Research by Sheffield Hallam University that explores whether exercise training could be used in treatment for prostate cancer, has been included in...



Award treble for Hallam para-cyclist

Issued:23/02/17

A para-cyclist from Sheffield Hallam University has picked up three awards at the British Cycling Awards.Katie Toft, who is currently studying for...