Last week, we shared about the importance of a flu vaccine, especially this year with the coronavirus circulating throughout the country and worldwide. The topic of the flu vaccine may also bring into question what other vaccines are necessary, their effects and potential risks. Here is general information provided by the CDC and the National… Continue reading Vaccine Recommendations
With summer coming to a close, we are heading into the cold and flu season. The coronavirus (COVID-19) is still taking its toll on the entire world, but no where as bad as this country. With cases continuing to flare in multiple states, we are still averaging the devastating loss of one soul a minute.… Continue reading Why Flu Shots Are Vital This Year
When I was eight years old I remember getting sick. I have a vague memory of multiple doctors coming to visit and then whispering to my parents in the hall after. I stayed home, in bed, for two weeks. I slept through most of that time, but to this day I’ll never forget the look… Continue reading Vaccines Protect The Community, Not Only The Individual
For decades, there has been a build up of players on both sides of the fence- to get vaccinated or not? This remains a hot topic, with plenty of erroneous information available to confuse the situation. Naturally, questions about vaccines continue to surface as a result of the contradictory information.
You may be seeing the signs on hospital doors and doctors offices- "Stay home if you've been exposed to measles and call your provider for guidance. "That's because the U.S. is currently grappling with the worst measles outbreak of the century with no end in sight. Measles cases in the United States have now exceeded… Continue reading Measles Are Making A Comeback And That Shouldn’t Be Taken Lightly