Posts Tagged ‘Flu’

Flu Season-Insights from the ER

Friday, October 25, 2013 13:58 No Comments

Flu Season is here; a quick vaccine reference to avoid an Emergency Room Visit.
By Justin S. Larkin, MD
As the sun sets on summer and the fall weather is now here, this means one thing in the Emergency Departments around the world, Flu Season.  Flu related chief complaints during the winter months place a large strain […]

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Understanding the FLU and the FLU SHOT

Thursday, January 31, 2013 20:37 No Comments

By Dr. Andy Baldwin
In this blog I strive to help you understand the dreaded “FLU” virus and explain why getting the “FLU SHOT” is the right thing to do, both for yourself and your community.
Influenza virus is responsible for more than 36,000 deaths in the United States each year. Most of these deaths occur in […]

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