London: Babies whose mothers have the flu jab during pregnancy are less likely to catch the virus themselves, finds a recent study.A flu jab protects youngsters in the first six months of life and makes them 40 percent less likely to need hospital treatment for respiratory illnesses, according to a US research.Research shows pregnant women are at higher risk of serious complications from swine flu compared with the general public, and have a higher rate of hospital admissions, according to the journal Archives of Paediatrics and Adolescent Medicine.
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