Something I don’t always remember/get time to do is publish my 4 Previously Untweeted Favourites at the end of each month, but this month I have! It’s a chance for me to pick a tweet from each week of the moth that I have favourited (now “loved”) for one reason or another. They usually reflect my interests, and last month was no different, with the topics being LGBTI+, cancer, mental health and assisted dying:
(4/4) Meet Chalice – the first superherohttps://www.theguardian.com/books/2016/jul/04/first-transgender-superhero-chalice-alters-aftershock
(3/4) We want to see 75% of eligible people taking up invitations for bowel cancer screening
(2/4) Too many people are made to feel ashamed because of a mental health problem. Our new video:
(1/4) What can other countries’ experiences tell us about what might happen in Britain if assisted dying were legalised? http://www.kingsfund.org.uk/reports/thenhsif/what-if-assisted-dying-legalised/?utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=social&utm_term=thekingsfund
Hopefully you’ll find all of them informative and fingers crossed, interesting too!
As ever, thanks for reading.
Here are the 4 tweets I chose as my 4 Previously Untweeted Favourites (#4PUFs) for May:
(1/4) If you only look at one of the 4, make it this one – it’s worth it! http://brightside.me/video/this-heartwarming-video-reminds-us-of-whats-truly-important-in-life-167505/
(2/4) Have you got any of these symptoms? Know friends/family that do? !
9 in 10 people with will survive if they’re treated early enough… please share the symptoms!
(3/4) This is what happens if you ever need to contact . There are other ways than just calling
(4/4) I really should spend more time revising – always enjoyed it as a student!
Just a taste of the kind of things that I tweet about week in, week out. I hope you enjoy reading/watching them and get to learn something you didn’t already know!
Short n’ sweet this week. As per usual i’ve managed to cover a rather wide range of topics this last week, but there was one in particular that I feel deserves a chance to be seen by more people. So here is my #TOTW:
Bowel cancer can also detect polyps. These are not cancers, but may develop into cancers over time
It’s such a simple message. Take a quick look at the link and #GoLearn a bit more about polyps, what they are and how they can be dealt with.
That is all.