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Why Should You Get Vaccinated for the Flu?

Posted by Staff on February 13, 2017

You’re probably no stranger to having the flu – coughing, sore throat, runny nose, body aches, maybe even a fever – most of these symptoms can be easily taken care with some rest, liquids, chicken soup, and over-the-counter medicine.

In fact, most people who get the flu will have only mild symptoms. They won’t need medical care or prescription drugs and they will recover in less than two weeks. So – if those are the facts, then why would anyone need to get vaccinated?

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Topics: Flu

Stop Believing These Myths About the Flu Shot

Posted by Staff on January 15, 2017

You wake up in the morning ready to take on the day, but by lunch time you’re sneezing and feel a sore throat coming on. “Probably just allergies…” you tell yourself. By the time you get home in the evening, your body aches, your head aches, and even though it’s 40 degrees outside, you’re burning up. There’s no denying it – you have the flu – but you can’t have the flu! There’s dinner to make, kids to bathe, a house to clean, and you have an important meeting at work tomorrow.

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Topics: Flu, Vaccines, Cold and Flu

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