Health Headlines: Flu, IBS and Asthma

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Flu – The Daily Telegraph
GP surgeries are running out of the seasonal flu vaccine after a surge in cases, with manufacturers warning they have no supplies left. GP surgeries running out of flu vaccine after surge in cases

IBS – The Daily Mail
US research shows rifaximin, an antibiotic used to treat travellers diarrhoea, could be used to ease the symptoms of IBS. Antibiotic used to treat travellers' stomach bugs could help ease pain of IBS

Asthma - The Daily Mirror
Babies who receive antibiotics before they reach six months are more likely to develop asthma, a US study finds. Antibiotics 'raise asthma risk 70%'

MMR – The Daily Telegraph
A new investigation by the British Medical Journal claims Dr Andrew Wakefield’s MMR research was not just flawed but a ‘deliberate fraud’. The MMR scare was 'deliberate fraud' the British Medical Journal has said

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