New study identifies who is most likely to ‘panic buy’ in times of crisis

The panic buying of toilet rolls and pasta during the early days of the Covid-19 pandemic may seem ridiculous now, but the over-purchasing of...

No evidence of a significant increase in risk of suicide in first months of...

A new observational study is the first to examine suicides occurring during the early phase of the COVID-19 pandemic in multiple countries and finds...

New Wigan campaign uses real-life scenarios to help residents identify domestic abuse

A ground-breaking Wigan Council campaign highlighting the warning signs of domestic abuse has been developed alongside victims. Love Is Not Abuse, which will also guide...

Lack of early years support costs England over £16 billion a year

Inadequate support for early years care and education costs England more than £16 billion every year, researchers from LSE's Care and Policy Evaluation Centre...

In under 50 years Northern pronunciation of words could be wiped out by the...

Within just 45 years south eastern English pronunciations will be used across the UK, according to new research from the Universities of Portsmouth and...

Self-harm may be increasing more quickly among young people from ethnic minorities say Manchester...

Rates of self-harm could be rising more quickly in children and adolescents from ethnic minority groups than in those from white groups, according to...

New report highlights action needed to tackle social mobility across the country

A new report launched today warns that more needs to be done to address social mobility across the country, with a plea to “turn...

Manchester Sleepout 2017 open for registration

Local homeless charity The Booth Centre is calling for people in the region to sign up to The Manchester Sleepout 2017 in November, as it aims...

Call out for compassionate citizens to join Manchester’s Night Heroes

Manchester’s Night Heroes are looking for volunteers - and work alongside key organisations to provide essential care and support for anyone who has become...

New study reveals widening north-south gap in young adult deaths

A major study of mortality across England led by University of Manchester data scientists blames socioeconomic deprivation for sharp rises in deaths among 22...