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Morning Flu Jabs "Work Better for Men," University of Birmingham Study


12/22/2011 8:31:46 AM

Flu jabs can be made more effective by changing the time of day they are given - mornings for men and afternoons for women are best - scientists believe. Synchronising the jab with the body's natural daily cyclical rhythm makes it more likely to offer good immunity, says the University of Birmingham team.

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