Too busy guessing what will be included in Wednesday’s budget to catch up on Twitter? Don't worry, here is our roundup of the health-related tweets you might have missed last week.
- Looking to live longer? Among the secrets we were told last week is not to retire!
- Is having a good "webside" manner now a critical clinical skill?
- The EMA has reported bacterial infections could be on course to cause more deaths than cancer by 2050 if the world can’t slow the current trend
- Find out the top risk factors for health in the UK
- Researchers have discovered that memories form and get recalled along two distinct circuits in the brain in a new study which could help in the fight against Alzheimer's disease
- The Department of Health has third largest number of Brexit preparation workstreams across all government departments. See how the other departments compare
- With 2018 rapidly approaching check out these four trends in digital health to keep an eye on in the new year
- A new study from MIT has found microbes living in your gut may help protect against effects of a high salt-diet
- America’s first digital pill has arrived
- See the stance paramedics are taking against negative experiences
- Did you know in a lifetime, the heart creates enough energy to drive to the moon and back?!
- Can you beat “Gritsy Bitsy Teeny Weeny Yellow Anti-slip Machiney”? If so, add your suggestions to Doncaster Council’s competition to name their new gritting vehicles