Articles for Tag: "flu shot"

Which moms are likelier to immunize their babies?  Featured
Which moms are likelier to immunize their babies?
Moms who do one specific thing during their pregnancy are more likely to follow a vaccination schedule for their infants.
Flu shot may provide extra protection against stillbirth 
Flu shot may provide extra protection against stillbirth
A new study says the vaccine may decrease the risk of stillbirth by 51 percent.
Early treatment of flu in pregnant women is key, study says 
Early treatment of flu in pregnant women is key, study says
If you’re expecting and experiencing flu symptoms, it’s important to talk to your doctor right away.
People taking cholesterol meds may be at higher risk for the flu 
People taking cholesterol meds may be at higher risk for the flu
A common medication may decrease the effectiveness of the influenza vaccine.
Most people get the flu in February, study says  Featured
Most people get the flu in February, study says
Find out why researchers say flu sufferers are more likely to get sick in this month.
Have a heart healthy holiday 
Have a heart healthy holiday
Learn five tips from a cardiologist to keep your heart healthy during the holiday season.
Myths cause many to skip the flu shot 
Myths cause many to skip the flu shot
Half of survey participants say the vaccine is unnecessary for them.