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As COVID-19 restrictions lift, you may encounter a new situation that’s tricky to navigate: How do you politely ask a friend, relative, or coworker if they are vaccinated?
If you or your child is still unvaccinated, there are some precautions to keep in mind until COVID-19 is no longer circulating widely in the U.S.
To ensure that you limit your exposure to COVID-19, and keep others safe while you travel this summer, follow these tips for fully vaccinated travelers.
Have you ever wondered why we need a yearly flu shot or another a tetanus shot? In general, booster shots are a common way to jolt your immune system's memory and keep you from getting sick.
We’re not out of the woods yet, however, as more people are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 there are some measures you can lighten up on once you’ve gotten your shots.
The COVID-19 vaccine could signal an end to the pandemic, but the vaccine (and the disease it aims to prevent) are still new. Below are answers to commonly asked questions.
The CDC estimates that about 40,000 people die annually from influenza and its related complications in the US, so getting a flu shot can literally be lifesaving...
This back-to-school season, a checkup with the pediatrician to stay up-to-date with your child’s immunizations should be at the top of your to do list...
FluMist is no longer cutting it as an effective flu vaccination, so what can you do to help your child better tolerate a flu shot? Here are some tips...
No one likes getting shots, but it's important to know that vaccines aren't just for kids. Adults need to be immunized with at least one shot every year...
Taking a preventive approach to managing your health can be beneficial. Take a closer look at your screening needs and recommended vaccines depending on age.
Groundbreaking research may pave the way to a universal, single-use vaccine that can protect against a wider range of flu strains.