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Professor Greg Whyte helps a group of celebrities trek up Mount Kilimanjaro for Comic Relief and sends a message to LJMU students from the summit.
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.
Sport and Exercise Science students were treated to a special Q&A session with former professional footballer and three-time Premier League winner.
Meet Carl Langan-Evans – high performance coach, Sport Scholar alumnus and key member of staff in the School of Sport and Exercise Sciences.
Richard Armstrong, recipient of the new Beth Tweddle MBE Award in MSc Strength and Conditioning, talks about what led him to study at LJMU and how he deals with new challenges.
Sedentary behaviour expert, Sophie Carter, explains why binge watching TV is detrimental to your health.
Matthew Ramsbotham, a recent graduate from LJMU's Science and Football course, is well on his way to an exciting career in the sport having taken part in internships at Liverpool and Everton Football Clubs.
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.
How are the England team looking? Who's going to win? We cornered BSc Science and Football student Elliot Fletcher to get his informed take on the 2018 FIFA World Cup.
You wouldn’t think there would be time to start your own business while studying for a doctorate in sport and exercise psychology, but that’s exactly what Lydia Mountford has done.