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Too busy at Tory *cough* Party Conference to keep *cough* up with Twitter? Here's a round-up of what you might have *cough* missed.

  • How important is breakfast? @TheBHF looks at the evidence
  • The tattoos that could help you to monitor your health
  • Can graphic design save your life?
  • @DrHughHarvey explains how data scientists can convince doctors that AI works
  • The circadian rhythm research explained
  • More consensus between young and old on NHS funding than other issues - via @GoodwinMJ
  • Leavers and remainers also agree on increasing NHS funding
  • Welcome fall in HIV cases in London and across the UK according to @PHE_uk
  • Questions raised about the Conservative Party's conference lanyards
  • @jappleby123 makes sense of PFI

From the USA:

  • Science community given access to 100,000 anonymised chest x-ray images - via @AndrewLBeam
  • Look away now if you don't like mice - @newscientist

And finally: