It's Monday, which means it's time to take a look at what has been happening health-wise over the past week on Twitter.
The blog written by Alexa Baracaia (aka Allergy Mum UK) provides an informative resource for parents trying to navigate the tricky world of raising a child diagnosed with food allergies. As co-founder of #allergyhour, a Twitter chat which takes place on Thursdays at 8.30pm, she's also set up a handy Christmas-themed Pinterest board. Alexa shared the board on Monday so that it can act as a point of reference for allergy-safe festive treats. If you know a suitable recipe to add to the board, you can tweet her or use the #allergyhour hashtag.
Can't resist a satisfying crack of your knuckles? On Tuesday TIME Health shared the results of a scientific study that investigated those little pops.
On Wednesday Pharma Times tweeted about upcoming improvements to diabetes treatment. The new guidelines have recently been released by The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE).
Army veteran and mental health nurse Lloyd Armstrong gave us a much-needed Thursday boost when he shared a wealth of health benefits all attributed to walking. It's good to remember that staying healthy doesn't have to involve a gym membership.
Enjoying an alcoholic drink after a busy working week is a pleasure many Britons enjoy. However, on Friday health campaign Dry January questioned whether 'wine o'clock' is an enjoyable treat or an unconscious habit.
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