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Department for Health
We deliver highly-rated courses in sport, exercise and health, alongside research to promote wellbeing and enhance functional performance.
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Ronjan Bhattacharya explains his plans to continue working in sport following the MSc Sport and Exercise Medicine at the University of Bath.
With plans to open her own gymnastics centre and compete at the Cheerleading World Championships held in Florida, Amy talks about her bright future in sports.
Caitlin Gallagher talks about finding a placement in Sweden and the skills and experience she has gained from her year abroad.
‘Dirty Secrets of the Cigarette Business’ was a joint investigation with the Tobacco Control Research Group, BBC and Bureau of Investigative Journalism.
Listen to Dr Bryan Clift from our Department for Health talk to the British Sociological Associaton on his new book.
New CNEM research suggests that if you want to lose weight, intermittent fasting such as the 5:2 diet might be less effective than many people believe.
The Tobacco Control Research Group has received a prestigious award from the World Health Organization as part of the World No Tobacco Day Awards 2021.
The revolutionary device being developed by a GP with researchers at Bath could offer fresh hope for people with conditions such as Motor Neurone Disease.
AHRC New Generation Thinker 2020, Dr Darragh McGee from our Department for Health, delivers his lecture.
Get involved with our study aimed at improving cardiovascular health by furthering our understanding of lactose and lipids.
We are aiming to determine whether aerobic exercise not involving an affected knee can be an effective way to relieve chronic knee pain.
This breakfast-based intervention measures how breakfast protein and carbohydrate content influence health through energy intake and energy expenditure.
We are looking for volunteers to take part in exciting new research investigating how a single bout of exercise might free up stored vitamin D from fat tissue.
Researchers want adults to come forward for a new study to determine how taking a short break from social media might impact our mental and physical health.
Physiologists at Bath want local people to come forward for a new study to determine how wearable technology can help us measure the energy we use day-to-day.
The exhibition, which opened this week at 44AD and online, draws inspiration from research to explore the nature of pain and how it is represented through art.
An ongoing University health study is testing whether hidden reserves of vitamin D which get locked in our fat cells can be released through exercise.
Physiologists at the University of Bath want local participants to take part in a new study to assess how different types of breakfast influence our health.
University of Bath has been ranked in the world’s top 100 places in the QS World University subject rankings
Professor James Bilzon has taken over as Director of the National Centre for Sport Exercise and Osteoarthritis Research.