New study shows sport pays
A new study by Paul Downward, of the School of Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences, shows a clear link between sport, earnings and employability.
16 December 2016
The School's Dr Joe Piggin is among those urging the IOC, corporate sponsors and future local organising committees to commit to healthier food and drink provision at sports events.
5 December 2016
British women lose 10 days sleep each year and 77% of British sleepers fail to wake up feeling refreshed: findings of a survey conducted by Sealy UK and Loughborough University's Clinical Sleep Research Unit.
21 November 2016
Dr Steven Bradbury, from the School of Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences, addressed the All-Party Parliamentary Football Committee at the House of Commons on the representation of Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) coaches in professional football.
17 November 2016
The Loughborough University graduate received the prestigious Association for Applied Sport Psychology (AASP) Doctoral Dissertation Award for his PhD conducted at Loughborough University under the supervision of Dr David Fletcher.
26 October 2016
The campaign is being organised by the Centre for Black and Minority Ethnic Health East Midlands, which is working to reduce health inequality in the region by sharing resources and promoting research. The project is being run in partnership with the National Centre for Sport and Exercise Medicine East Midlands, based at Loughborough University.
16 September 2016
Professor Mark Lewis says the funding enables the University to "dig down into the underpinning science behind why [exercise can reduce the risk of disease]" and will help convince the public of the life-improving benefits of exercise.
14 September 2016
Recommendations on how to tackle childhood inactivity made by Loughborough University and the British Heart Foundation National Centre (BHFNC) have been included in the Government’s new obesity strategy.
18 August 2016
A programme developed by Dr Rebecca Duncombe from the School of Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences and Movement for Learning programme leader Professor Pat Preedy to redress the decline in pupils' physical development is being extended to more UK schools.
7 December 2016
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