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Shawn Kneipp, PhD, RN, PHNA-BC 13h
Influenza activity this season. Most of the 900 deaths this season are preventable. It is not too late to protect yourself and those you love. Get your
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DairyFreeGina 14h
Still time to get that
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Allison Miller Nov 30
March 2014, 3 months hospital, septic shock, life support, amputation. I'll never ever be able to forget the g-damn flu. Get your , people!
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MDFiscusMD Nov 29
Saying “Every time I get the I get the ” is like saying “Every time I get in a car accident I’m wearing my seatbelt.” You would have gotten the flu anyway. You got to live to tell about it. Same for the car accident.
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Michael Wisotsky Dec 4
Stop by to get your today!
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Joanne Loethen 14h
Me: So, let’s get you that today! Patient: Oh no. Not for me. Last time it got me sick. Me: [allow for silence] Me: Did you die? [awkwardsilence]
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Teresa Foo Dec 6
It’s not too late...get your now.
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The NWHU Dec 6
Dr. Ian Gemmill, our acting Medical Officer of Health, received his flu shot early last month. It’s not too late for you to get yours! Visit your local pharmacy today!
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lisa✨ 10h
I HATE EVEYTHING HE REALLY JABBED ME THAT HURT LIKE A BUTTCHEEK ON A STICK. HE MADE ME STAND UP, I AMLOST HIT THE GROUND. I FELT THAT SO MUCH SO HE CLEARLY DIDNT KNOW WHAT HE WAS DOING
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Joanne Loethen 14h
Replying to @JoanneLoethenMD
Ok, so I don’t really say that to patients. But I do cringe when I hear it. Poor . So misunderstood.
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Ottawa Public Health Dec 5
That moment when a little ol' health unit made the news... Huge thanks to for the kudos and a special thanks to for helping spread some great messages about getting your
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Harriet A. Hall, MD Dec 4
When you get your , you are not only protecting yourself, you are also protecting babies, the elderly, those with compromised immune systems and many, many others with whom you will come into contact.
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Dr. Dave Stukus Dec 6
Some to consider: -THOUSANDS of people die from every year -Annual offers best protection from severe illness -Flu shots do not cause the flu:It's an inactivated virus that helps our immune system develop protective antibodies -Peak season rapidly approaching
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Coulter's Pharmacy Dec 6
Experts say it's impossible to get the flu from the . But here are some reasons people think the shot makes them sick.
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Michael Foxworth II Dec 3
Having “the flu” has been no fun...but since I’m vaccinated, it isn’t as bad as it could have been...and my chances of dying are much lower. No fevers for almost 24 hours now! 👍
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Maxwell Mercy Dec 6
Just got my so I'm ready for in a couple of weeks
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Mark Dittelman 10h
We had a fun today of everyone getting a . 🤧
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Emily Cordeaux Dec 6
This thread 😂👏 Get your !
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ChayimAruchim Dec 6
If you haven't gotten your yet, the time is now!
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Jen Ludwin Dec 6
A reminder that getting your helps protect our loved ones and community.
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