Flu Vaccine

Influenza Vaccination Week: Debunking Myths About the Flu Vaccine

Woman receiving flu shot
The flu vaccine prevents an estimated five million cases of influenza every year. Annual vaccinations lead to less flu-related medical visits, hospitalizations, and medical complications for millions of Americans. Despite its record, there are still many misconceptions about the flu vaccine that keep countless people from getting vaccinated each year. This week, for Influenza Vaccination Week, we are tackling some of the most common myths surrounding the flu vaccine and explaining why it is still important to receive the flu vaccine every year.

Flu Vaccine Protection for Pregnant Women & Their Unborn Babies

Pregnant woman getting a shot
Now that cold and flu season is upon us, it is especially important for pregnant women to safeguard themselves and their unborn babies against seasonal flu. The flu vaccine is the best form of available protection against the flu, which can cause major complications for both expectant moms and their unborn babies.
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