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RT @NHSEngland: ‘One protected toddler and one happy Mum.’
Seth is two years old and his mum recently took him to get his nasal spray flu…
Recent figures suggest flu hospitalisations in young children are nearly 20 times as high as last year — with this… https://t.co/2VWy85FNVi
Don’t put off contacting your GP practice if you have tummy discomfort or diarrhoea for 3 weeks or more, or blood i… https://t.co/ue97GzoqQp
Need medical help? Use 111 online to get assessed and directed to the right place for you, like an urgent treatment… https://t.co/wFn5wtTHrm
RT @NHSuk: Flu can be horrible for young children and they can also spread it to those more vulnerable.
That's why children aged 2-3 befor…
The viruses that cause flu can change every year, so it’s important to get vaccinated if you’re eligible and make s… https://t.co/ATREbEuUYD
Bereavement, grief, and loss can cause many different symptoms and they affect people in… https://t.co/3OZXjkUlsl
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