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New research has found people from lower socioeconomic backgrounds who regularly exercise could substantially reduce ...

A new first in human study to assess the safety and performance of FibroFix Cartilage ...

Building community leadership in health research with under-served communities

21 June 2022

A new project to build community leadership among communities that ...

Hard Evidence goes on tour and secures evaluation funding

16 June 2022

Hard Evidence, a performance piece about two women affected by ...

What do patients want to know about new surgical procedures – a public consultation

16 June 2022

What information do patients want to know about a new ...

Grant success for NIHR Bristol BRC Nutrition and Lifestyle researchers

14 June 2022

Researchers at NIHR Bristol BRC Nutrition and Lifestyle theme have ...

Study shows people ‘right size’ portions of high-calorie foods

13 June 2022

New research has revealed that humans moderate the size of ...

Reviewing the evidence on low iodine diets for thyroid cancer patients undergoing radioiodine treatment

6 June 2022

It is still unclear whether a low iodine diet improves treatment success rates for thyroid ...

Celebrating the next generation of researchers

30 May 2022

The editor of the Nutrition Reviews journal has selected an article written by Mengxuan Zou ...

New animations report the views of young people using flash glucose monitoring for type 1 diabetes

25 May 2022

Two new animations report the views and experiences of young people (from 8 to 17 ...

Virtual reality exergaming improves attitude to exercise and reduces food intake

25 May 2022

Researchers supported by the NIHR Biomedical Research Centre have shown that virtual reality (VR) exergaming ...

Video gives young people top tips to support mental health when using social media

4 May 2022

A new animation aims to give young people five evidence-based top tips to help them support their ...

New research shows humans possess surprising nutritional intelligence

26 April 2022

Pioneering research has shed new light on what drives people’s basic food preferences, indicating our ...

Bristol study numbers keep climbing

26 April 2022

One year after being relaunched following a COVID-forced suspension, researchers working on a major study ...