If you’re not feeling good, is it safe to get a flu shot? An expert shares tips on when you should reschedule your appointment, and if there are risks you should know.
People with egg allergies were once advised to avoid the flu vaccine. Today, anyone with an egg allergy can a flu shot, but there are exceptions. Learn more, including which rare reaction does rule out the flu vaccine.
With the COVID-19 pandemic again overlapping with flu season, our experts explain why it’s essential to get vaccinated.
When the pandemic descended, we all tried our best to fend off COVID-19 by adopting precautions like masking, increased hand-washing and we mostly kept the common cold at bay, too. Now, though, colds and other sniffles are on the rise again.
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An expert weighs in on why it’s still possible to pick up a cold or the flu despite social distancing.
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The flu isn’t just in schools — it’s also spread in other places in our communities. A pediatric infectious disease specialist explains why kids should still get flu shots this year.
If you have any form of diabetes, even if it’s well-controlled, it is strongly recommend you get the flu vaccine. Here’s why.
Although Tamiflu can reduce the flu by roughly 1 to 2 days, the flu vaccine is still the best option for fighting flu. A doctor answers your questions about Tamiflu.
Preventing infection through vaccination is important for people with MS. But there are a few nuances to be aware of.