The last full week of November supplied the Twittersphere with plenty of seasonal health tweets. Read on to discover the best of the bunch.
The UK registered charity Eyecare Trust wants us to remember the importance of looking after our eyes during the winter months. On Monday they shared their top tips to beat dry eyes.
We're always interested to read about advances in medical technology, so Medical News Today's tweet caught our attention on Tuesday. They informed us that a man in Poland received treatment for a chronically blocked coronary artery using virtual reality. Does this sound a little too much like science-fiction to you? Then read the full article here.
Today MPs in England have backed the call for a sugar tax in order to help tackle childhood obesity rates. Jamie Oliver is at the forefront of the campaign and shared his opinions with BBC Good Food last Wednesday.
Living with a food allergy can be challenging at the best of times. So how should those diagnosed with this type of allergy approach the food-laden festive season? CNN Health offered a handy guide on Thursday.
The change in seasons can alter our moods dramatically. It can even lead to illnesses such as Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). This condition is a form of depression often triggered by the reduced amount of light in the winter months. Mental health charity Mind tweeted a link to their SAD guide on Friday to help raise awareness.
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