As the novel Coronavirus spreads across the globe, you are far more likely to get the seasonal flu. And while COVID-19 displays similar symptoms to the seasonal flu, they are not the same. It is important to understand the differences between the two to best protect yourself and your family during the pandemic. COVID-19 spreads ... Continue Reading
When Flu Symptoms Go Undercover
Flu symptoms can make you feel miserable, but did you know that 20-30% of people carrying the flu virus don’t show symptoms? This is why many health care providers (like doctors, physician’s assistants and nurses) are required to get the flu shot to protect their patients by not spreading the disease.
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National On-Site Flu Shot Services for Businesses
Count on us to customize a flexible, affordable on-site flu shot clinic that meets your needs.
We’ve provided clinics for hundreds of employers over the last decade and have the logistics, processes, and resources in place to ensure your success.Continue Reading
The flu shot doesn’t protect right away, so get yours early!
There are many myths about the flu shot, and one of those myths is that the flu shot begins protecting you right away.
This is not the case. The flu shot takes 14 days, that’s 2 weeks, to begin effectively protecting you once you have received the shot.
Why isn’t the shot effective immediately?
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Flu Shots Protect Everyone, from Young Babies to Grandma and Grandpa!
Flu shots are important to your health, and the health of your family and community; it’s important to make sure that everyone eligible and able to get a flu shot does.
Children under the age of 5 are especially susceptible to the flu virus, and often need care because of the flu. This is why the best way to protect ... Continue Reading
10 Tips to Toughen You Up Against Colds and Flu
T’is the season … Cold and flu season, that is! With fall comes the prime time for a flu shot, as cold and flu season begins. Medical professionals recommend getting your flu shot by mid-October, in order to be prepared for the inevitable influx of cold and flu illnesses that last anywhere from October to May!
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