Delaying vaccines makes them more effective

Nearly all vaccines are more effective when given to older babies. A large study of 7630 babies has found that the antibody response is, for the large majority of vaccines, between 10% and 70% higher for every month of delay. This is a strong argument to delay the start of vaccination, irrespective of the potential safety benefits. Read More…

Probiotics increase vaccine effectiveness

Probiotics can improve both the effectiveness and duration of protection of vaccines. Read More…

Meningitis W continues to increase

Cases of meningitis W have continued to increase over recent years. Read More…

Hepatitis B vacine

The hepatitis B vaccine is being added to the NHS immunisation schedule and will be given, as part of a new 6-in-1 vaccine. Read More…

Increase in meningitis W cases

The number of cases of meningitis W in children has been increasing over recent years. Read More…