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Too busy celebrating the return of the spring weather to follow Twitter? Here is our roundup of the health-related tweets you might have missed last week.

  • Our @TobyHannam looks at potential opportunities for the NHS from across the Commonwealth ahead of #CHOGM2018
  • With the PM’s plans to introduce a multi-year NHS funding settlement, @TheKingsFund’s analysis indicates increasing public support for tax rises to help raise funding
  • How many life years would be gained if we increased cigarette prices by 50%? @NicolineTamsma has the answer
  • With 300 million people suffering from depression worldwide, @wef reflects on how to achieve happiness in the digital age 
  • A map illustrating how the black death spread across Europe 700 years ago
  • Thought loneliness mostly affects the older generation? A study by the @ONS shows the opposite is true
  • A helpful summary of the key facts you need to know about  bowel cancer by @NHSSSCCG
  • An analysis of the impact alcohol is having on our health by @richardhorton1
  • Which health organisations have been most influential in the media this year? @pmrleahy compares
  • A lovely example of how much some doctors care for their patients 
  • A helpful overview of @HealthwatchE’s 5-year strategy for enabling patient-centred health and social care 
  • Thought that doctors can only prescribe medicines? There is so much more that can help you feel better
  • How healthy is your heart? You can find out the real age of your heart by taking @NHSChoices test

And finally...

  • Around the world to help treat Parkinson’s – one man’s commitment