New Greater Manchester service to rescue students ‘falling through the cracks’ of university and NHS services
Features Editor, Felix Hanif-Banks puts genetic analysis service DNAFit under the microscope
Discover the newest development in the health industry relating to personalised, 3D printed vitamins
A new vaping-related illness has afftected at least 530 people, the CDC said last week, bringing the latest fatality to nine
Is measuring children at age two the answer to solving the UK’s obesity problem?
The long-term trial found that annual breast screening in women aged 35-39 who were identified to be at ‘moderate’ or ‘high’ risk of breast cancer detected tumours when they were significantly smaller in size and less likely to spread
Curry Mile shisha cafes given heavy fines after breaching planning regulations for smoking within indoor premises
Bella Jewell considers the important role that the arts play in mental health and wellbeing.
A study published by the University reveals the high correlation between an unnatural death rate and being recently discharged from mental patient care
Dietitian and nutritionist are often used interchangeably. Lifestyle writer Cansel Hashim clarifies the difference
The project aims to further healthcare knowledge using innovative technology
A recent study by the McGill University in Canada suggested that micro-plastics found in tea bags could be dangerous once ingested
Cannabidiol, or CBD, promises a variety of health benefits including reducing anxiety, however products often contain less CBD than is marketed, writes Joe Manock
An FOI by The Mancunion reveals the amount spent on mental health at the University of Manchester
Georgia Hickey talks to Laina Cores about the upcoming Sex Week, aimed at educating and empowering people about their sexuality.
Victoria Evans speaks to Gaby Hartfield about ‘Once a Month’, a Student Action project fighting period poverty in a compassionate and practical way.
Research at the University of Manchester has linked socioeconomic deprivation to the divide in early deaths between the North and South of England