Tag: Vaccines

July 1, 2016

Traditional flu shots to replace ineffective spray vaccines

A committee advising the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is recommending against using the FluMist nasal spray vaccine for the 2016-2017 flu season.

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Cold & Flu Prevention

who should get the whooping cough vaccine February 24, 2016

Do I really need a whooping cough vaccine?

Yes. Here’s what you need to know about pertussis, outbreaks and getting vaccinated.

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Children Prevention

HPV vaccine January 4, 2016

Protect your child from cancer with the new HPV vaccine

Vaccine protects against more forms of cancer-causing HPV in males and females.

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Prevention Teens

December 3, 2015

What’s your flu IQ?

Arm yourself for winter’s peak flu season with a vaccine, and take this quiz to find out how much you know.

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Cold & Flu

November 24, 2015

Flu shots and pregnancy: what you should know

Flu shots protect not only pregnant women but also their unborn babies.

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Cold & Flu Pregnancy Prevention

October 20, 2015

One more reason to get a flu vaccine

Benefits of the flu vaccine include keeping you out of the hospital with complications even if you do get sick.

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Cold & Flu Prevention

October 14, 2015

If you won’t get the flu shot for yourself, do it for others

Get vaccinated and do your part to protect the most vulnerable among us.

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Cold & Flu Prevention

August 5, 2015

Yes, vaccines are safe

Is autism linked to vaccines? Can I get vaccinated if I’m pregnant? Experts answer these questions and more.

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Children Pregnancy Prevention