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Professorial lecture explores unexplained infertility

Issued:08/06/17

A Sheffield Hallam University scientist is to discuss her research into treatment for unexplained infertility during a free, public lecture next week....



New tool designed to diagnose compulsive buyers

Issued:06/06/17

A screening tool to help diagnose people who are compulsive buyers has been developed as part of new research carried out by academics at Sheffield...



Participants needed to assess effects of e-cigarettes

Issued:22/05/17

Smokers who are planning to kick the habit are being given the chance to be involved in a cardiovascular research project led by Sheffield Hallam University.Researchers...



Confronting marital economic abuse

Issued:17/05/17

More support is needed for Pakistani and Indian women fighting economic abuse in their marriages, according to a study by Sheffield Hallam University....



New course to tackle maternal mental health

Issued:04/05/17

A new course that will help to improve services for women with maternal mental health problems has been designed by Sheffield Hallam University.Launching...



Sheffield Hallam University's Lab4Living celebrates...

Issued:19/04/17

Sheffield Hallam University's leading research group, Lab4Living, is celebrating its tenth birthday with two weeks of events and a special exhibition.Researchers...



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...



World Health Organisation partners with Hallam to...

Issued:16/03/17

Sheffield Hallam University is set to welcome some of Europe's top healthcare experts as it hosts the World Health Organisation's (WHO) consultation...



Project launched to improve health of Europe's pregnant...

Issued:07/03/17

A new project looking at ways to improve maternal health of migrant women across Europe has been launched by academics from Sheffield Hallam University...



Researchers marvel at potential of comics for learning

Issued:01/03/17

A new study has suggested comics are a better resource than text alone for students to learn new educational information.The research, carried...