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Facts About The Flu Shot

In order to protect yourself from the influenza virus, you may be considering getting a flu shot this year. In order to help you make an informed decision, here are some facts about flu shots and vaccines in general.

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Know Something About Chlamydia

Know Something about Chlamydia.

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Know Something About Gonorrhea

Know Something about Gonorrhea.

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The Facts About Autism

Autism can appear to any race, social background, class, gender, and to any child. It is four times more prevalent in males than in females.

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News to Keep You Healthy: Antibiotic Resistance: Iscit Getting More or Less

Here is everything that you need to know about antibiotic resistance.

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Mers - Cov That Kills 100 People Now It Up America

The world was shocked again by MERS virus. Previously, similar cases have occurred in 2012. Noted there are about 262 cases of the virus that attacks the respiratory system and has been confirmed by the 12 states. This virus has killed more than 100 people in the Middle East, and spread to the United States.

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Menthol Cigarette Use Rising Among Teenagers

Menthol Cigarette Use Rising Among Teenagers.

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Recent Findings, One in 68 Children Affected by Autism

United States, Autism Speaks, Autism spectrum, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Autism.

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Do I Need to Get a Flu Shot?

Who doesn’t get the flu? Most people tend to ignore the flu and do not get treated at all. However, what they don’t know is that the flu can also lead to hospitalizations, and thousands of deaths are flu-related. According to the CDC, about 20% of Americans get the flu each year and I’m betting you wouldn’t want to be one of them. Fever, cough, headache, fatigue, runny nose. We’re all quite familiar with flu symptoms, and let’s face it, no one likes getting the flu. The best way to prevent the flu is to get a flu shot. It’s inexpensive, and more importantly very effective. Read on to find out more about it.

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Do Not Rely on a Flu Shot to Stay Healthy

I think it is safe to say that nobody wants to get sick; it’s kind of a given. Some take the proper precautions on a daily basis in order to stay healthy. They eat right, take the necessary vitamins, exercise, and get sufficient rest. It seems like this lifestyle would lead one down the road to excellent health. It seems that some have come to the conclusion that injecting a virus laden vaccine will do the job in making us immune to the flu. Have you ever wondered what exactly is in a flu shot?

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