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Students Divided on Paid LFTs

Students Divided on Paid LFTs

By Caillin McDaid As of next Friday, lateral flow tests (LFT) will no longer be free in England prompting divided opinions amongst Sheffield’s students.  LFTs are...

Student medics’ new charity

Student medics’ new charity

By Daisy Kimpton Four trainee doctors from the University of Sheffield have set up a new charity to raise awareness of the health inequalities faced by 'marginalised'...

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Students Divided on Paid LFTs

Students Divided on Paid LFTs

By Caillin McDaid As of next Friday, lateral flow tests (LFT) will no longer be free in England prompting divided opinions amongst Sheffield’s students.  LFTs are...

Student medics’ new charity

Student medics’ new charity

By Daisy Kimpton Four trainee doctors from the University of Sheffield have set up a new charity to raise awareness of the health inequalities faced by 'marginalised'...

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Is life with Covid nearly back to normal?

Is life with Covid nearly back to normal?

By Alex Bull The Government’s relaxation of Covid restrictions seems to have taken full effect as people continue their daily lives as normal despite continuously high numbers of cases. Shoppers in Meadowhall shopping centre over the weekend reported that amongst...

Campaign launched to combat illegal tobacco trade in Sheffield

Campaign launched to combat illegal tobacco trade in Sheffield

  Smokefree Sheffield has today launched a campaign to put a stop to the criminal activity surrounding cheap and illicit tobacco and to reduce smoking rates in Sheffield.   The city council-backed campaign demonstrates how cheap and illicit tobacco is a huge,...

Sheffield facing a crisis in housing for the elderly

Sheffield facing a crisis in housing for the elderly

By Alfie Rycroft Sheffield is facing escalating problems in trying to find enough adult housing and social care for the elderly people living in the city. Yesterday councillors on the City Council's Education, Health and Care Transitional Committee said there was a...

Sheffield’s autism friendly hair salon proving popular

Sheffield’s autism friendly hair salon proving popular

By Ellie Pierce A Sheffield hair salon has dedicated part of its premises to create a safe and comfortable environment for people living with autism. Kathy Chisholm became the owner of The Cutting Crew on London Road in November 2020.    She says that since...

Sunday social eating event in Sheffield welcomes all

Sunday social eating event in Sheffield welcomes all

By Emily Mukherjee A social eating ‘pay as you feel event’ is being organised by Greg Hewitt, Student Engagement and Development Coordinator at The University of Sheffield. Plans are for the event to take place every Sunday, at Foodhall on Brown Street. Meals are...

Sheffield medical research facility awarded £7.9m

Sheffield medical research facility awarded £7.9m

Research into incurable diseases will be funded by a £7.9m grant given to the Sheffield Clinical Research Facility (CRF). Announced this week by the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR), the money will enable experts to look into innovative treatments for...

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