Children who catch measles are more vulnerable to other serious infections for the next two to three years, experts have warned.
A declining number of children in England are being vaccinated against potentially deadly diseases, figures show.
New university students should ensure they have been vaccinated against measles following outbreaks of the highly infectious illness, health officials have said.
Uptake of the five-in-one vaccine for infants up to 12 months in NHS Grampian remained above the recommended level in 2016.
The number of people diagnosed with either measles, mumps or rubella almost quadrupled in a year.