Check out the best local health tweets from San Diego

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Health advice is easy to find on Twitter, but the trick is getting verified, local information you can use.

Hoodline analyzed the city's past week on Twitter, focusing on users that are dedicated to issues of health. Our goal? To uncover and share the things that inspired your social media discussions around those topics.

Health

Here are some of last week's can't-miss tweets on the topic of public health in San Diego.

The city experienced about the same volume of Twitter conversations about health last week compared with the previous week.

One that got attention was this tweet by @AztecHealth:

That proved popular, with eight local retweets and 17 total retweets, quotes and favorites.

On Wednesday, @ucsdbiosciences tweeted:

In all, the tweet received six local retweets and 13 total retweets, quotes and favorites.

There was also this Wednesday tweet from @sharphealthcare:

Twitter users gave it six local retweets and 12 total retweets, quotes and favorites.

Parks

Hoodline helps you keep up with news and events from the city's parks and trails.

San Diego saw essentially the same volume of Twitter conversations around parks last week compared with the past week.

One popular one was this tweet from @sandiegoparks:

The tweet got some attention, with eight local retweets and 11 total retweets, quotes and favorites.

Bicycling

Hoodline collected the most significant tweets on the topic of bikes and riding from the city last week.

San Diego had approximately the same volume of Twitter conversations around bikes last week compared to the week before.

@NicoleBurgess23 tweeted this Saturday:

The tweet got some attention, with five local retweets, five local quotes and 16 total retweets, quotes and favorites.

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