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Mair Elliott 3m
Fever, stomach sickness, tonsils the size of tennis balls, and no energy whatsoever... Feeling very sorry for myself 🤒🤢🤧😷
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CDC Flu Nov 9
: During the 2017-2018 , approximately 79K people died from -related complications. Getting your flu vaccine is not just about protecting yourself, but also about protecting your loved ones. Join us this season and .
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NHS flu fighter 16h
Helen fell severely ill with after she didn’t get her flu jab, unlike her healthcare worker sister Samantha. Their story demonstrates the importance of getting your vaccine! See the full video by clicking here:
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Daz Fieldhouse 13h
If you know then u know
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~S Nov 14
Want to sleep but cant why u no dieee :(((
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👽🌙🍾🌵 1h
I have never been so sick...how am I even alive?
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Luminex Corporation 11h
"Optimal patient management depends on clinical judgment in addition to timely and accurate lab results." How do doctors decide what tests to give during season? Bert Lopandri of hospital gives us a peek into his process in this Q&A.
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HHS.gov Nov 14
It's never too late to fight the ! Get a flu vaccine today, before flu begins spreading in your community.
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Kate Gate 9h
shot rheumatoid arthritis treatment of arthritis in homeopathy
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Kathy Le 13h
Working on a flu story today. Anyone get the flu but didn't get the flu shot? Please email me Kathy.le@bellmedia.ca Thanks!!
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Nicole Harding Nov 13
I've had my flu vaccination - have you?
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Northwestern Women’s Health Associates 19h
Do you know the difference between a and the ? Both are caused by viruses, but the flu is much more severe and and can especially affect people at risk. The recommends that everyone over 6 months old get a flu annually.
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thebossesworld_ 6h
What’s up with this flu shit
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Health and Wellness 17h
The is very contagious and can spread quickly and easily. Before you even know you are sick, you can pass the flu on to others. By getting the , you protect yourself and others because you are less likely to spread the flu.
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GreatWesternHospital Nov 13
is serious and we take flu fighting seriously - A job well done to Nathan Bailey, our wonderful peer to peer vaccinator of the week. He works through the night in Critical Care Outreach and is making sure to protect not only himself, but his colleagues and patients from flu.
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Kathy Price 10h
RT PAHealthDept "Fighting is as easy as 1-2-3: 1️⃣get a 2️⃣take everyday preventive actions to stop spread of germs 3️⃣take flu antiviral drugs if your doctor prescribes them "
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Luminex Corporation Nov 14
From minimal orders during the summertime to bursting-at-the-seams capacity in peak season, labs need to be able to quickly adapt to changing demands. Our flexible testing solutions can help!
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Epsom Salt 10h
If you feel a or the coming on, try an Epsom salt soak. It can help to ease achy muscles and improve . In addition, some doctors say soaking in Epsom salt can increase your white blood cell count, helping you recover faster.
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Hamilton Health Sciences Staff 20h
It’s important for us as healthcare workers to prevent hospital-contracted , visit any Employee Health Services office during regular hours or our drugstores for your !
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Jacob Rahman (original Simulation Man) 24h
The world of airport lounges. The only place where people drink wine at 7am as of it is normal. @ Brussels Airport
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