Babies and toddlers are significantly more at risk of being hospitalised with influenza complications if they have older brothers or sisters, research finds
Small children are significantly more at risk of serious illness from influenza if they have older brothers or sisters, new research has shown.
Babies and toddlers are more likely to be admitted to hospital with flu complications if they are not the first born in their family, the study found.
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