Flu season, flu season, flu season! Every year, we are inundated with messages reminding us to be cautious about flu season
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Flu season, flu season, flu season! Every year, we are inundated with messages reminding us to be cautious about flu season.
Flu season is the period of time when large numbers of people come down with the flu.
Getting a flu vaccine is strongly recommended by the CDC for everyone 6 months or older.
6 Children age 6 to 18 who are on long-term aspirin therapy
7 Women who are pregnant
8 Women who may become pregnant during flu season
9 Seniors in nursing homes
10 American Indians & Alaska Natives
12 Healthcare personnel
13 Caregivers for children under 5 years old
14 Caregivers for seniors over 50 years old
15 Caregivers of individuals with medical conditions that put them at risk for severe complications from flu exposure.
6 Location of symptoms
7 Typical duration
While you are still healthy and before flu season is in full swing, it is important to make the time for a quick flu shot.
Note – This article is originally appeared on - http://physical-health-tips.blogspot.com/2016/09/flu-season-means-urgent-care-season_20.html