Fighting flu shot's side effects

October 1995
USA Today Magazine;Oct95, Vol. 124 Issue 2605, p10
Presents recommendations on avoiding side effects of influenza immunizations. Comments from Robert Norris of Stanford University Hospital's Emergency Department; Need for children to always take an aspirin substitute due to the possibility of contracting Reye's syndrome; Reduction of the possibility of fever; Persons who should get a flu shot; Testing for allergic reactions.


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