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A 15-minute ‘Daily Mile’ could enhance children’s health

Policymakers should consider introducing The Daily Mile to improve the health and fitness of schoolchildren around the world, according to new research led by the Universities of Stirling and Edinburgh.

A 15-minute ‘Daily Mile’ could enhance children’s health

University launches study into gambling marketing

Experts at the University of Stirling will lead a new study investigating the effects of gambling marketing and advertising on children, young people and vulnerable groups.

University launches study into gambling marketing

Nursing celebration at the Macrobert Arts Centre

Two decades of nursing at the University of Stirling and the 70th anniversary of the NHS will be marked with a special event featuring guest speakers and musical performances.

Nursing celebration at the Macrobert Arts Centre

University lecturer lands top nursing award

A University of Stirling nursing lecturer has picked up a top prize at the Student Nursing Times Awards 2018.

University lecturer lands top nursing award

Graded punishment system could improve anti-doping in sport

Introducing a points-based grading system to punish athletes caught doping could revolutionise the approach to tackling drugs in sport, experts have said.

Graded punishment system could improve anti-doping in sport