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7 Answers To Important Questions About The Hepatitis B Vaccine

Hepatitis B is a liver infection that is spread via bodily fluids or blood.  For example, the virus can be spread by sharing items, such as razors, toothbrushes, and needles with an infected person, or from having unprotected sex, where the virus can be passed from an infected person through semen/vaginal fluids. Another way, and

A Guide To Countries That Require Vaccines

Vaccines are used to prevent certain diseases. The vaccine, which usually contains a weak part of a specific disease, is generally administered through needle injections to stimulate a response from your immune system when it recognises the new organism.  In the UK, there are a list of vaccinations that are administered to children, but these

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