We've been keeping an eye on Twitter in order to bring you a selection of the best health sector tweets.
Last Monday NetDoctor tweeted about the potential for tattoo artists to be trained to look out for signs of skin cancer.
Upon it's release in America last year, Addyi was dubbed the 'female Viagra' but the drug has not proved quite as popular as the blue pill. On Tuesday MedPage Today shared a New York Times article that takes a look into the story behind the drug.
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On Wednesday pharmaceutical company GlaxoSmithKline shared in the excitement at the prospect of Polio being wiped out in the next 12 months.
Harvard Health want to help you stick to your fitness goals. On Thursday they tweeted about how combining your exercise regime with that of a friend or trainer can keep your motivation fresh.
The popular and free weekly 5km runs organised by Parkrun were featured in the news last week. They gained lots of media attention as one English council is set to impose a fee for the use of their park for this event. On Friday the BHF National Centre tweeted a statistic that shows support for the use of local parks for health reasons.
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