Health Headlines: Flu vaccine, NHS premises and obesity

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NHS premises - BBC
Nearly a fifth of healthcare facilities in use in England are substandard, figures show. Many buildings unsuitable, NHS figures show

Flu Jab – Daily Mail
A vaccine that gives lifelong protection against all strains of flu in a single jab could be available in only three years, scientists say. The flu jab you will need only once in your life

Alzheimer’s – The Telegraph
Eating purple coloured fruit could help prevent Alzheimer’s, Multiple Sclerosis and Parkinson’s because it soaks up harmful iron compounds, new research says. Eating purple fruit could fend off Alzheimer's Disease and Multiple Sclerosis

Obesity – The Scotsman
A quarter of adults in the UK are obese making Britain the fattest nation in Europe, a study shows. Britain is fattest nation in Europe

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