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Amer Acad Pediatrics 5h
All children ages 6 months and older should receive a flu shot this season for the best protection, AAP recommends. Influenza is common, unpredictable and can cause severe illness and even death.
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CDC Flu 16h
Be a Super this season. Join the Twitterstorm and share tips about flu prevention using the hashtag from 10 am - 2 pm ET, Sept 27.
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CDC Flu Sep 18
As we head into the U.S. season, get prepared by getting vaccinated by the end of October:
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Heidi Murkoff 4h
Moms,dads, grandparents,older sibs of all ages:You can protect the littlest ones you love (those under age 6 months) by getting your flu shot.Moms-to-be, too, should get a flu shot for two(you'll protect your pregnancy now and your newborn later).Cocoon that cutie and
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CDC Sep 20
: season is just around the corner. Learn tips to make a strong flu vaccine recommendation to your patients using the SHARE model:
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CDC Flu Sep 22
Here’s a healthy habit for fall: with a flu vaccine this and every year.
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Nathan Boonstra MD 59m
We at put our deltoids where our mouths are. Well, not literally. Not sure that’s possible. But we get our flu shots! Get yours! cc
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Amer Acad Pediatrics Sep 18
AAP recommends children receive the injectable form of the flu vaccine during the 2018-2019 flu season, which was shown to be more consistently effective against most strains of the flu virus over the past several flu seasons.
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APHA Sep 18
Flu season is almost here, which means it's a great time to get your vax! We received ours at APHA last week.
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Outland Trophy 18h
made its way to the to help spread awareness and ! Texas grad McBride Macatee celebrates victory over TCU last Saturday and looks forward to game at Kansas State this coming Saturday.
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Fawn_Crouch 11h
It doesn’t hurt 😂 (I’m a bit soft) but it’s so important in protecting our patients, colleagues and visitors. I’ve had my flu jab today, have you?
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Jennifer Miller 1h
Did you get your flu shot yet? What are you waiting for?
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Melvin Sanicas, MD Sep 23
vaccines are not just for . Make sure your whole family is prepared by scheduling appointments now for this October:
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The flu shot is an essential, every-year vaccine for kids ages 6 months and older. See the newest PSA from with Dr. Ilan Shapiro.
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