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AcronymDefinition
JABJournal of Applied Biomechanics
JABJoint Assault Bridge (US Army and Marine Corps)
JABJurisprudence Administrative Bernoise (French)
JABJason Abagnale
JABJoint Activity Briefing
JABJust About Believing
JABJohn A Blume and Associates Research Division
JABJava Access Bridge (software)
JABJournal of Agribusiness (Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics; University of Georgia)
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In offering the service, Superdrug hopes to ease pressure on GP surgeries by providing convenient places to get the jab - available as a walk-in or by pre-booking.
Director of Public Health Dr Adrian Phillips is urging more pregnant women across the city to book a free jab at the earliest opportunity.
This year, in a bid to boost take-up of the jab, you can get it in pharmacies across England and Wales, including over 1,900 Boots pharmacies- many of which are open seven days a week.
Under this new agreement, JAB Broadband's network will have access to the full range of Cambium Networks' products: ePMP(TM), PTP 450 and PTP 650, in addition to PTP 820 and PMP 450.
Pregnant women and residents of all ages with a health condition and everyone aged 65 and over can get a free flu jab for free.
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.
Coun Alison Gingell, the council's cabinet member for health, said: "Getting a free flu jab is quick and effective.
I have also had flu (when I missed out on a jab one year) and I felt very much worse.
In Gateshead, 91% of children aged two to 15 received their first MMR jab and just 76% received their second.
Dr Tricia Cresswell, deputy medical director at NHS North East said: "We are extremely concerned that enough people aren't coming forward to have the flu jab this winter.
Frontline NHS staff, those aged 64-plus, pregnant or with chronic illnesses or in "at risk" groups should get a jab at their GP surgery.