Wednesday, September 9, 2009

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How to Prepare for Flu Season by Richard Ferri

Thousands of New York health care workers have been urged to get vaccinated for the flu virus in preparation for a swine flu spike, reports the Associated Press. According to the recent report, over 550 U.S. deaths have been attributed to the new H1N1 swine flu and an estimated 36,000 Americans die from regular influenza each year. So, if you are barely knocking the sand out of your shoes from summer--you better think about flu season--because it typically starts in the early fall and continues well into the winter months. Influenza infection is not just a "bad cold." Influenza is an ever-changing virus that infects millions of Americans each year (see Resources below). Here are ways to prepare for flu season.

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