Should measles vaccinations be compulsory?

6th June 2019

With cases of measles on the rise, health professionals are debating whether vaccinations should be made compulsory As measles cases in Europe hit their highest levels this decade, should the UK adopt compulsory vaccination? Experts [read more]

Childhood vaccination information and advice

7th May 2019

The anti-vaxxer movement is gaining ground, with worried parents choosing to ignore medical advice and avoid vaccinations for their children. Here’s a timely reminder on the information and advice you need to give patients and [read more]

123,000 babies not registered with a GP

18th January 2019

NHS figures have shown that an alarming number of babies and young children aren’t registered with a GP New NHS figures, as reported by the Bristol Post, shows that around 123,000 babies and young children [read more]

Number of flu jab recipients drops

12th December 2018

The number of people receiving their flu jabs continues to drop, leaving health chiefs concerned about a tough winter As reported by The Express, the number of people in England receiving their flu jab has [read more]

NHS denies flu vaccine shortage

23rd October 2018

Stories have been circulating about patients being unable to acquire the new flu vaccine, but the NHS denies that there is a shortage, according to The Guardian While there have been reports across the country [read more]

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