New Flu-Shot Schedule

L. H.
November 2008
Good Housekeeping;Nov2008, Vol. 247 Issue 5, p97
The article offers information on the significance of flu-shots to children in the U.S. These are not just for small children, but it is advisable for everybody until 19 years of age. Research shows that 30% of children catch flue in a bad outbreak and they often infect those who can get dangerously ill, especially the newborns and the elderly.


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