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Patty Hajdu Dec 13
It’s not as bad as it looks! If you haven’t done so yet, get your flu shot. Keeping Canada healthy this winter takes all of us! 💪
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Amer Acad Pediatrics Jan 30
It is not too late to get the flu vaccine! Around 80% of all flu cases occur in January, February, and March. Children 6 months of age and up should get the flu vaccine to reduce their risk.
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Amer Acad Pediatrics Jan 29
The flu poses a much bigger threat to children right now than the new coronavirus, and it's not too late to get vaccinated. The provides information on the deadly season and how to .
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Amer Acad Pediatrics Jan 27
It's not too late to by having your children vaccinated. In , research shows that children who are vaccinated and still get the flu are less likely to get as sick and more likely to stay out of the hospital.
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Dr. Christina Johns Jan 6
Welp. Time to circulate this around again I think— (Unknown original internet source)
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I Vaccinate Jan 30
The best way we can is together. Getting a flu shot isn't just about protecting you—it's about protecting your new baby nephew, your pregnant friend, your neighbor battling cancer. YOU can help protect them by getting a flu shot. Get the facts ➡️
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CDC Cancer Jan 2
Cancer survivors, this flu season make sure you are taking precautions to avoid getting sick, and be sure to call your doctor at the first sign of infection, especially a fever. What you need to know:
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CDC Jan 16
Runny nose and fever? Is it a cold or ? Both can have similar symptoms but, unlike the common cold, flu can be very serious. Learn the difference: .
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Vaccinate Indiana Feb 6
If you haven't gotten the flu vaccine, it's not too late 💪🏼
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Long Beach Health Jan 14
This just in: Our Immunization Clinic will be providing FREE flu vaccinations at the MLK Jr Celebration! See you all on January 18, 2020 from 11-5 pm
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CDC Emergency Feb 9
Is it a cold or flu? What's the difference? Flu & colds are caused by different viruses but can have similar symptoms. : Learn to identify common flu signs & symptoms in yourself & others:
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Dr. Robert R. Redfield Jan 7
HCPs: Please remind your patients that the best way to prevent , and possible hospitalization because of flu, is to get a flu vaccine.
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Steve Richardson Jan 20
Wyatt Davis ranked country's No. 2 returning offensive lineman via OG Wyatt Davis of undoubtedly will compete for the 2020 presented by , .
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(((Dorit Reiss))) Jan 24
Coronavirus terrifies us, but another virus has already killed 6,000 in US: Drs. Bill Schaffner, and remind us of the risks of influenza.
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UNT Emergency Management Feb 3
Flu season is in full swing. 🤒 Are you prepared to ? 💪 Protect yourself and those around you by following these preventative measures!
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CDC Emergency Feb 12
The single best way to prevent seasonal flu is to get vaccinated each year, but good health habits, such as washing your hands often with soap & water, can help stop the spread of germs, too. Learn more:
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Cystic Fibrosis Foundation Jan 10
It may be January, but it's still not too late to get a flu shot! 💉 Gerry Pandzik, a former clinical nurse explains why.
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Jessica Peck, DNP APRN CPNP-PC Jan 7
Helpful unofficial diagnostic algorithm for all my healthcare friends slogging it out this 😂 It’s not too late to be vaccinated!
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CDC Flu Jan 8
Flu activity is high and likely to remain elevated for weeks, so get a as soon as possible if you haven’t already. Doing so can protect you against and its sometimes-serious complications .
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CDC Cancer Jan 24
Flu activity is high in the U.S. and expected to continue for weeks. If you have cancer now or have had cancer in the past, your risk for potentially serious complications from flu is higher. What you need to know to :
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