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jab

1. a quick short blow, esp (in boxing) a straight punch with the leading hand
2. Informal an injection
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MEDICAL CONDITIONS THE NHS offers the jab to anyone with serious long-term health conditions including: | Chronic (long-term) respiratory diseases, such as asthma | Bronchitis or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease | Chronic heart disease, such as heart failure | Chronic kidney disease | Chronic liver disease, such as hepatitis | Chronic neurological conditions, such as Parkinson's disease or motor neurone disease | Diabetes | Problems with your spleen - for example, if you suffer from sickle cell disease or if you have had your spleen removed | A weakened immune system as the result of conditions such as HIV and AIDS or because you are taking medication such as steroid tablets or undergoing chemotherapy IF I AM NOT ELIGIBLE FOR A FREE JAB CAN I STILL HAVE ONE?
Devang Sampat, Director Strategic Initiatives of Cinepolis India, shared, "Looking at the phenomenal advances of Jab Harry met Sejal Cinepolis believes this is going to be one of the biggest film of 2017.
As a result of the Governments No Jab No Pay policy, national immunisation rates have increased across all three target groups of one, two and five year olds.
The flu jab is still the best way to protect against flu and will help prevent it.
The NHS offer flu jabs for free to some patients, while those who are eligible can opt to pay for a vaccine.
Not a supermarket, but you can pick up your flu jab at Boots while you're buying toiletries.
JAB Anstoetz is one of the world's largest fabric houses, founded in 1946 in Germany and named from the initials of its founder, Josef Anstoetz Bielefled.
JAB continues to have a low reliance on interbank funding.
If you're pregnant, have lowered immunity or a long term health condition such as severe asthma, a chest or heart complaint, or diabetes, then you should also get a free flu jab from your GP and get flu safe.
Figures revealed fewer than half of the city's mums-to-be took up the offer of a free flu jab last year.
Dr Tom Porter, consultant in Public Health Medicine for the health board, said: "Many people under 65 are eligible for a free flu jab but are not aware.