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Parents' vaccine side effects fear 'fuelled by social media'

​Fear of a vaccine's side effects is the top reason for people refusing them, a report from the Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH) suggests.

Among parents, this was fuelled by social media, with up to half exposed to negative messages about vaccines.

The Society's report called for social media platforms and the press to do more to combat "fake news".

Read more here (Source BBC News)

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