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Stephanie Tamdem Guetchueng is a PhD student working alongside drug discovery researchers at LJMU to find new ways to control the disease.
We caught up with Food and Development student, Chloé Higham-Smith to talk about what she learned on a Vegetarian Society cooking class.
We talk to LJMU’s nutrition expert, Professor Graeme Close, to find out what we should be eating in order to be happy and healthy.
Two teams of students, £5 to spend on ingredients, 30 minutes to make a delicious meal. Who will win the coveted golden spoon?
Two nursing students at LJMU volunteered their time to teach schoolchildren how to perform CPR as a part of an initiative to encourage people to learn the lifesaving technique.
Sedentary behaviour expert, Sophie Carter, explains why binge watching TV is detrimental to your health.
There’s been so much talk about the health benefits of eating chocolate that we wanted to find out the truth behind all the headlines. We speak to sport science PhD student, Daniel Sadler to get his perspective.
We look at how and why Liverpool was a catalyst for change when it came to public health and how it continues to make a difference in health care today.
Try these amazing chocolate recipes created by our food students.
Whether you’re into your French crêpes or American-style ‘flapjacks’, Liverpool has its fair share of restaurants and cafes serving them up. Here’s our short guide to some of the places where you can enjoy them.