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Should You Worry About The Supply Of Flu Vaccine Available This Year?

The flu season generally runs from October through May in Connecticut, with a peak in January or February, according to Michelle Caul, the manager of health education at the American Lung Association. 150 more words


Fall into Health

Before you avid flu shot participants get offended let me explain!  The first vaccine was an amazing scientific discovery that changed the way we look at health care even today.  1,197 more words

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Several types of flu shots available this year

WICHITA, Kansas – It is clear flu season is around the corner.

The season starts in late October. It takes roughly two weeks after getting vaccinated for the shot to kick in. 271 more words


Achoo! Cough Cough, Groan...Flu Season?

By Sara Brown & Kelly Baker, American Red Cross New Hampshire Volunteer Blog Writers

Colder days are coming! That means so is flu season. That achy, sniffling, can I just say in bed feeling.   267 more words

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SLU Researchers Working Toward Universal Flu Vaccine

ST. LOUIS (KMOX) – While many go about getting that annual flu shot, researchers at St. Louis University are looking for ways to improve the protection the vaccines give. 237 more words


Children Should be Vaccinated Against Influenza as Soon as Possible

For Release:  September 2, 2013

 The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommends all children ages 6 months or older be immunized against influenza as soon as vaccine is available – either with the trivalent vaccine that protects against three strains of the virus, or with a new quadrivalent vaccine that protects against four strains.  302 more words

mrprewitt reblogged this on Bustamante.Pediatrics.Blog and commented:

It comes around every year, and the message is just as important every time. Ask your doctor when you can begin to make an appointment for you flu shot!