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Queen B 12h
People propagate as a money marketing scheme for pharma companies....they don't realize these companies barely make any profit from these flu vaccines. The cost to make them is much more than what it is being sold for!
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Imperial NHS 2h
People with chronic heart disease, angina or those who have suffered stroke can still get their free flu jab - ask your GP or pharmacist
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e somes Jan 16
Wearing my pajamas while I have the plague, sitting in my pickup with the pooches.
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CDC Flu Jan 18
: can reduce a pregnant woman’s risk of being hospitalized by flu by 40% according to a 2018 study. Help protect yourself and your little one by joining us to .
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LiverpoolPH Jan 14
Flu can be horrible for little children. The free nasal spray is the best way to protect children from flu. If your child is 2 or 3, speak to your GP about it today For more information visit
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Value Drugs Jan 19
RT : can be much more dangerous than the common cold for some people, including young children. is the best protection
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CROWDTalk Jan 19
Our annual research, as seen on :
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Suzanne Kirwan Jan 19
Good to see demystifying the flu vaccine! Protect others and get the people!
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All Health Matters Jan 17
Flu vax is made to order each year. Once it's gone, it's gone! Help us make sure we have enough for your employees... Tell us now approx how many vaccines you think you'll need, with no obligation at this time.
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totalhealth Jan 18
Exciting day in Milltown totalhealth Pharmacy yesterday filming with to highlight how easy and convenient the Flu Vaccine is at your local pharmacy. See how easy on Saturday Morning on at around 9.40am.
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NHS Stockport CCG 4h
Young children are ‘super-spreaders’ of and vaccinating them can protect more vulnerable family members. Keep your little ones healthy this . Search NHS or ask your GP now
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Sharon Allison Ottey, MD 21h
Flu alert--rates remain elevated across the country. It is not too late to get the flu vaccine. Especially important in our elderly and kids! Take other precautions & if sick--STAY HOME!
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HSE NIO Jan 14
Influenza A(H1N1)pdm09 is the predominant circulating virus to date this season according to report. At-risk? Its not too late to get your contact your GP, Pharmacy, Occ Hlth Dept or Peer Vaccinator
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Immunize Florida Jan 18
Health experts are saying that this year's is much more effective than last year's. If you haven't gotten yours yet, there's still time!
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MáireNíGiollaBhríde Jan 20
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NHS Stockport CCG Jan 15
If you have an underlying health condition like bronchitis, diabetes or heart disease, make sure you get your free . It’s free because you need it. Speak to your GP or pharmacist today
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#Unity4J #EndTheSES Jan 16
Strange Deaths Linked to ASK TO READ THE INSERT! Side Effects Research & eliminate or restrict vaccines- A vaccine in Italy found to contain NONE of named agents Less than 20% Effective 2016 Report
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Reyt Healthy Sheff 23h
It’s that time of year again! Make sure you have had your to protect yourself from the viral infection this winter. Contact your GP or local Pharmacist to book your jab.
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Public Health Agency Jan 18
Flu can lead to serious illness or make existing conditions worse. Help protect yourself and others by getting the free if eligible.
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Solihull Council Jan 18
Children aged 2 or 3 can get a free flu nasal vaccination. Speak to your GP today.
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