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    2. Spread The Word, Not The Flu

      Gwinnett Daily Post2 days ago

      (NAPSI)—Here’s good news about health: Flu vaccines are already available at doctor’s offices, retail stores, pharmacies and flu clinics. In fact, Sanofi Pasteur, the largest provider of influenza vaccine to

    3. Slavitt (@ASlavitt) August 15, 2017 Slavitt was echoing what Ronald Klain, the former "Ebola czar" under the Obama administration, said in reference to Merck's Ebola vaccine development ...

    4. Maryland public health officials, monitoring an uptick in the number of whooping cough cases, are urging parents to make sure children are immunized against the highly contagious respiratory ...

    5. In addition, the SEC issued a release to update its 2005 Commission Guidance Regarding Accounting for Sales of Vaccines and Bioterror Countermeasures to the Federal Government for Placement ...

    6. Adult Vaccination

      Centers for Disease Control and Prevention5 days ago

      CDC recommends certain vaccines for adults in order to help prevent getting and spreading diseases. Recommended vaccines are especially important for those with chronic conditions ...

    7. Convenience (37%), doctor recommendations (36%) and insurance acceptance (35%) rank as top three determining factors on where Americans get their flu shot Flu vaccine is now available ...

    8. Belmont Shore-Naples, CA - There is no vaccine or specific treatment for West Nile Virus, but use DEET as an insect repellent and avoid exposure at dawn/dusk.

    9. It is best to get your flu vaccination at the start of flu season, but it is never too soon to get one.

    10. Myths and Facts About Vaccines for Children

      Consumer Reports via Yahoo News3 days ago

      Myth 1: The MMR Vaccine Causes Autism A study published in 1998 purported to link autism to the measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR) vaccine—which children typically receive at 12 ...

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