Hundreds of vulnerable over-65s were unable to get vaccinated because of major delivery delays. Doctors ran out of adjuvanted trvalent flu vaccine(aTIV), the only jab suitable for over-65s, which meant many were turned away, GP magazine Pulse reported. Sequirisi,the only manufacturer of aTIV had been supplying the jab in small batches over the last three months. But NHS England has confirmed […]Read more
Patients have been repeatedly turned away by GPs and chemists. And though fresh supplies should be available next week, there are fears many elderly people will not bother returning. Shortages have been recorded in many areas including Bristol, Kent, Devon, West Sussex, Essex, Derbyshire, Middlesbrough and Liverpool. Sources told the Daily Mail the latest vaccine, called Fluad, is more effective […]Read more
Flu Shot Or Nasal Spray: With Flu Season Approaching, Which Form Of Vaccination Should Your Child Get?
Guidelines suggest that all children are vaccinated against the flu this year but, what if your child is needle-phobic? With flu season fast approaching, parents are already wondering just when to get their children inoculated. However, there is also another choice to be made: the flu shot or a nasal spray? According to a previous article by the Inquisitr, the […]Read more
A new type of flu could take governments by surprise and kill nearly one billion people, scientists predict. A virus simulation of a new pathogen, which is spread by coughing, was found to spiral out of control ultimately killing up to 10 percent of the world’s entire population. The study, carried out at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, was of […]Read more
Taking Viagra with a flu vaccine could block cancer, according to research. The combination boosts the immune system, helping it to mop up tumour cells left after surgery. Experiments found the impotence drug, taken with Agriflu, slashed the spread of the disease by more than 90% in mice. The results were so successful two dozen stomach cancer patients will get […]Read more
Those with the sharpest sense of smell were up to six times more likely to climax, according to a study. Researchers say they are more sensitive to body odours and hormones which trigger arousal. Being bunged up can hinder a woman’s chances of an orgasm so experts recommend blowing their hooter beforehand. Psychotherapist Phillip Hodson said: “The findings suggest having […]Read more