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High-intensity exercise can improve quality of life...

Issued:19/06/18

High-intensity interval training (HIIT) in the upper body can improve blood flow and quality of life for people with systemic sclerosis, sport scientists...



Physical activity initiative gets Sheffield moving...

Issued:01/06/18

Sheffield is set to Move More in June.The Move More initiative, supported by Sheffield Hallam University, which saw Sheffield people record more than...



Breaking new ground on the Advanced Wellbeing Research...

Issued:10/04/18

Sir Malcolm Grant, chair of NHS England was in Sheffield today to mark the start of construction work on Sheffield Hallam University's Advanced...



Hallam to give Blades fans a free health MOT

Issued:19/02/18

Sport scientists at Sheffield Hallam University will be delivering free health checks to Sheffield United supporters in a bid to improve the wellbeing...



Hallam academics featured in new documentary

Issued:30/01/18

As New Year health kicks are in full swing, a team of sports scientists from Sheffield Hallam University investigate the truth about getting fit in...



Improving access to parkrun for people with disabilities

Issued:17/01/18

Researchers at Sheffield Hallam University have been working with global phenomenon, parkrun, to increase participation amongst people with disabilities...



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...