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Too busy re-reading Harry Potter to follow Twitter this week? Here’s a round up of the health-related news you might have missed:

•   How the magic of Harry Potter helped @ameliargh’s depression;

•   What happens when the majority of animals used in medical research are male?;

•   The link between digital inequalities and health inequalities;

•   Our @kjamesmullen explores the truth and the hype surrounding biosimilars;

•   Understanding the Speaker’s decision to allow MPs to go tieless;

•   An AI breakthrough in diagnostics;

•   Dramatic events in Parliament as @stellacreasy wins campaign to secure abortion funding for NI women;

•   A major new @healthfoundation project to raise awareness and understanding of the social determinants of health;

•   A useful @TheKingsFund explainer on the Capped Expenditure Process;

•   Early proof that austerity already being ‘softened’ in the NHS.

From America

•   The reality of healthcare in one of the poorest counties in rural Georgia;

•   Concerns over the impact of the US Senate’s healthcare proposals on America’s growing rates of opioid addition 

And finally...

Grammar and scepticism at Glastonbury.