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Too busy watching Theresa May’s dance moves last week? Here’s our round-up of what you might have missed on Twitter.

  • New report from @age_uk (conducted by @incisivehealth) showing that ‘England has been left behind in the race to update funding of care for older people’    
  • .@Wellcometrust outlines five examples of scientific lingo to use with caution when talking about science
  • Can children be made more psychologically ‘resilient’ to traumas like 9/11 – as well as the stress of everyday life? Emma Young meets a former school principal who believes they can
  • .@deborahbowman’s insightful reflections on ‘double think’ & being a patient
  • Helpful video from @HealthwatchE on how to find the right #socialcare services
  • .@MattHanock continues his tour of #NHS facilities as he gets to grips with the new role
  • New blog by @bailey_suzie from @TheKingsFund on #NHSdiversity and the link between diversity and financial performance 
  • Very useful overview of the current state of play with STPs and Integrated Care Systems by @MiriamDeakin from @NHSProviders
  • Why not getting enough sleep is bad for your heart from @wef
  • Details of a new national programme helping #health and #care providers overcome the barriers to adopting and spreading #innovation from @MearLiz @AHSNNetwork
  • Study reveals that #airpollution may harm cognitive intelligence

And finally…

  • Could a part beagle, part King Charles Spaniel hold the secret to a treatment for Duchenne muscular dystrophy in humans and animals? @BBCFergusWalsh