sábado, 4 de octubre de 2014

CDC Influenza News and Highlights

Influenza (Flu)

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Flu vaccination: a growing trend among pregnant women
Flu vaccination: a growing trend among pregnant women 
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Business Pulse
Business Pulse, how CDC protects the health of your business. Vaccination if the single best way to prevent flu. An estimated 45 percent of the U.S. population got vaccinated during 2012-2013.
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the benefits of flu vaccination
Benefits of Flu Vaccination 

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Weekly Influenza Surveillance
CDC has published the 2014-2015 recommendations for the prevention and control of influenza. CDC recommends an annual flu vaccine for everyone 6 months of age and older.
Flu activity is low across the United States now, but usually begins to increase in October andmost commonly peaks between January and March. Make plans to get your flu vaccine this fall.
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Flu Vaccination by Jet Injector: Questions and Answers

Vaccination: Who Should Do It, Who Should Not FactSheet

Vaccination: Who Should Do It, Who Should Not FactSheetEveryone 6 months and older is recommended for annual flu vaccination with rare exception. Talk to your doctor or nurse if you have any questions regarding which flu vaccine options are best for you and your family.

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