Child Development

Swansea University Research Reveals Choosing sugary drinks over fruit juice for toddlers can be linked to risk of adult obesity

Consuming sugar-sweetened drinks in the first few years of childhood can be linked to poor diet patterns that increase the risk of obesity in later life, according to a new study by the School of […]


University of Birmingham News: New research set to target earliest stages of bone marrow cancer

The opportunity to eradicate a major and incurable bone marrow cancer has been made possible with a new programme funded by Cancer Research UK. An interdisciplinary team of researchers will investigate the underpinning biology of […]


Get your act together brands say Midlife Women who feel ‘invisible’ and misrepresented

The majority of consumers that Forbes calls ‘super consumers’ feel invisible to brands, says a new report that has been released on the back of exclusive research. The insight-packed report by The Behaviours Agency also shows that only 7% […]


Researchers at Swansea University Conduct World’s largest study on facial scarring and mental health

Researchers at Swansea University have completed the world’s largest study of the link between facial scarring and anxiety and depression. Professor Iain Whitaker and his colleagues (pictured above) found that people with facial scars are […]


Study examines the devastating impact of loneliness on Autistic people

New research has revealed just how acutely Autistic people experience loneliness contradicting the stereotype that they avoid seeking meaningful social relationships. Loneliness negatively affects physical and mental health in both neurotypical and neurodivergent individuals and […]


Babies with low birthweight four times more likely to develop chronic liver disease, new study finds

A groundbreaking new study, presented at UEG Week 2023, has discovered a significant connection between birthweight and the onset of nonalcoholic fatty liver disease*, now known as metabolic dysfunction-associated steatotic liver disease (MASLD), in young […]