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Enjoying the Easter holidays instead of Twitter? Here’s our summary of the best of what you might have missed.

  • Cancer diagnosis cash not reaching the frontline – our report for @CR_Policy was covered by @HSJnews.
  • Our @MBirty argued it was time for new vision to attract investment for the NHS. A day later, the PM announced the Government will develop…a new vison for the NHS.
  • “I will come forward with a long term plan for the NHS…” The PM seeks to put her personal mark on health policy via @sarahwollaston.
  • Definitely time for a new ICD code.
  • Chronicling the fight to eradicate polio by @sophie_ochmann and @MaxCRoser.
  • 50 inventions that form the basis of modern life expectancy (via @wef).
  • Could social media benefit mental health as well as harm it? (via @acmedsci).
  • Can writing a diary change your brain?
  • ‘Negative wealth shock’ is bad for your health (and in some countries bad health causes a negative wealth shock)
  • Bridlington the worst for Yorkshire Pudding? And it  is in Yorkshire too…
  • Who would have thought that hospital Cottage Pie puree would have been rated as tasting very poor? 
  • The #sugartax is in force. A sweet victory for campaigners but is more action on obesity required?
  • This is some correction.
  • NHS England applies nudge theory to its own employees…

And finally…