Health Headlines: Swine flu, teen health and binge drinking

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Swine flu  - Daily Mail
Pharmacists are refusing to give under-18s the swine flu vaccine amid uncertainty about the rules. At the mercy of swine flu: Chemists won't give jab to children

Teen Health – BBC
Health campaigns targeted at teens could help reduce their risk of heart problems in later life, research suggests. Teen heart risks 'can be tackled', a study suggests

Binge drinking – The Daily Telegraph
Pub-goers should stop buying rounds of drinks in an effort to cut down on binge drinking, a government adviser suggests. To halt binge drinking, stop buying rounds

Flu – The Independent
There is likely to be a surge in the number of flu cases as people return to school and work after the Christmas break, health experts have warned. Health chiefs prepare for flu case surge

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