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B2 Keeping healthy

B2 Keeping healthy

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The NHS website 'Behind the headlines' is a rich resource of up-to-date health stories. Here you will find comment on news reports from across the media � including an overview of the research which sometimes results in headlines that prove not to be supported by the facts. A great way to provide up-to-date contexts for IaS 2 Cause-effect explanations.

Lesson B2.3

BCG Vaccine FAQ (NHS UK)

This NHS page gives an overview of the BCG vaccine.

20 objections, 20 responses (Vaccine News)

This website provides answers to the most common objections people make to a vaccination programme.

Activity B2.4.1

20 objections, 20 responses (Vaccine News)

This website provides answers to the most common objections people make to a vaccination programme.

Can We; Should We? (National STEM Centre)

This link takes you to the source of the activity AB2.4.1.

Lesson B2.8.1

The Atlas of Risk (NHS UK)

The website enable students to look at how health risks change for male and female, for different ages and different parts of the UK. There is also plenty of data about risk too.