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Too busy keeping an eye on government resignations, Brexit negotiations, Trump's visit and the World Cup to keep up with Twitter? Here's our round-up of what you might have missed on Twitter last week.

  • What’s in a vowel? For some MPs, their career! 
  • The uncertainty of Monday captured in a picture
  • It was a long time (2,135 days) since we had a new SoS for #health and #socialcareRead @incisivehealth's take on the task facing @MattHancock 
  • Day one on the job and @MattHancock was off to @UCLH 
  • Read this thread to find out what it is like to donate your stem cells and potentially save a life
  • Ever wonder why your fingers wrinkle in the bath, now you can know
  • A lot has been said about the 70 years of NHS accomplishments in the last few weeks, but find out what healthcare looked like before the NHS? via @TC_Africa   
  • Using microelectronics to discriminate and sort brain cancer stem cells might sounds like a thing of the future but it is happening now
  • Everything you need to know about the finances in DHSC's annual report and accounts
  • Some good news for those of you who love to nap – science says it is good for you
  • The brain is perhaps one of the greatest unexplored regions of the body - a fact @CRUK is trying to change

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