The stronger your grip-the healthier your brain

Muscular strength, measured by handgrip, is an indication of how healthy our brains are according to a study of nearly half a million people. Participants from...

Droughts mean fewer flowers for bees

Bees could be at risk from climate change because more frequent droughts could cause plants to produce fewer flowers, new research carried out by...

New Manchester study reveals a mixed picture on the sexual difficulties and satisfaction for...

Urinary incontinence in later life is a common health problem that can negatively impact sexual health, new Manchester research shows. The findings  reveal a mixed...

How XBOX technology is making Salford’s older people feel safer in their homes

XBOX technology is being adapted by scientists to help older people live more safely in their homes. Tiny sensors used in Microsoft Kinect technology, most...

Manchester study finds Drug reduces inflammation in stroke patients

An anti-inflammatory drug given to patients in the early stages of a stroke has been shown by researchers at The University of Manchester and...

Trafford schoolboy who designed Tim Peake’s mission patch gets VIP visit to Tim’s capsule

A Trafford schoolboy who won a Blue Peter competition to design Tim Peake’s mission patch enjoyed a VIP visit to the Museum of Science...

Eating frozen food reduces waste by half finds Manchester Scientists

A study by experts at Manchester Metropolitan University has revealed that British families reduce their waste by nearly half (47.5%) by eating frozen food. In...

Graphene finds new application as non-toxic, anti-static hair dye

Yes you heard it here first.Manchester’s wonder Material Graphene is being used to address an issue that has plagued the beauty industry for more than...

New device being developed in Salford could change lives of children born without arms

A NEW device being developed at the University of Salford could help thousands of children across the world born without arms. Researchers are creating a...

Brits judge The Archers characters’ class and likeability on their accent

Britain’s ongoing fascination with class is revealed by the way radio audiences perceive accents in The Archers, new Manchester research shows. Ambridge residents considered to...

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