Influenza Immunizations

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News: Influenza Immunizations

Clinic Offers Homeless Dose of Good Health, Kindness  -  ‎Nov 16, 2009‎
NoozhawkH1N1, pneumonia and influenza immunizations as well as tuberculosis and HIV testing were all a part of the services offered. “That's why we have this,� she ...

H1N1 Vaccine Groups Expanded  -  ‎Nov 10, 2009‎
KUSH Radio..."We received word on Monday that young adults and all healthcare workers may now receive H1N1 influenza immunizations," Dvorak said. ...

Flu shots and education at fair  -  ‎Nov 2, 2009‎
Ladysmith Chronicle7, this year at the Frank Jameson Community Centre, from 9 am to 4 pm “We have it to correspond with the influenza immunizations,� said Heather Dunne, ...

From The Mayor's Office  -  ‎Oct 29, 2009‎
Garden City NewsBeach Medical Center, St. Francis and New Island Hospitals have partnered with many organizations to offer seasonal influenza immunizations to seniors. ...

Flow of H1N1 vaccines picking up in US: CDC  -  ‎Nov 11, 2009‎
Expressindia.comThe United States also has contracts with four other vaccine makers for influenza immunizations -- AstraZeneca unit MedImmune, Novartis,, ...

Community Calendar  -  ‎Oct 29, 2009‎
Niles Herald SpectatorThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has recommended a 30-day period between the two influenza immunizations. Call (847) 699-1070 or see ...

Campus flu vaccines slated for mid-November roll-out  -  ‎Nov 2, 2009‎
Gateway.ualberta.caUniversity of Alberta students and staff who missed getting their H1N1 and season influenza immunizations before the closure of public mega-clinics on ...

Safe to STICK  -  Dec 17, 2008
EMS Magazine,Mosesso V, Packer C, McMahon J, Audle T, Paris P. Influenza immunizations provided by EMS agencies: The MEDICVAX project. Preh Emerg Care 7(1): 74–78,

National Influenza Vaccination Week Is Dec. 8-14  -  Dec 4, 2008
AAFP News NowThat is part of the reason why the CDC is encouraging physicians to continue providing influenza immunizations through "December and beyond.

West Nile Virus and Influenza Immunizations  -  Nov 12, 2008
Liberty County Times,Mosquitoes are gone for the season, or at lest the writer has seen none for several weeks, and with their departure there should be no more transmission of

Preventative flu clinics still offered  -  Nov 17, 2008
Southwest Booster,Influenza immunizations are also available at family physician clinics and other private health care providers. Locations, dates and times for the

11-14 Health briefs  -  Nov 13, 2008
Edmond Sun,The Oklahoma City-County Health Department will continue to offer influenza immunizations through November. No routine influenza immunizations will be

ISU College of Pharmacy students provide 2500 flu shots this season  -  Nov 7, 2008
Idaho State University,More than 2500 Idaho residents—including 1200 in the Treasure Valley—have received influenza immunizations this fall, thanks to Idaho State University

Free Flu vaccine, Nov. 5 and 10  -  Oct 30, 2008
Independent Press,...by Marian Cerdeira AREA -- Influenza immunizations, strongly recommended for seniors ages 65 years and older; and adults with chronic illnesses,

Flu clinics on tap at Emerson  -  Nov 14, 2008
Concord Journal,Concord residents 65 years of age or older will be eligible to receive free influenza immunizations on Monday, Nov. 17, from 9 am to noon at the Harvey

Crawling the Web: Science news around the Web  -  Oct 29, 2008
Scientist Live,Today's focus is on targeting influenza immunizations in the general public and with health care workers. Most countries in Europe and North America target

Flu shot season begins  -  Sep 19, 2008
WEYI NBC25,Since Medicare billing for pneumonia immunizations differs from influenza immunizations, individuals are asked to discuss this with the staff at the

Flu Shots Advised for Children Ages 18 and Younger  -  Sep 22, 2008
U.S. News & World Report,For the first time, the federal government is recommending that all children ages 6 months to 18 years get seasonal influenza immunizations.

Health Buzz: Radiation and Breast Cancer and Other Health News  -  Sep 23, 2008
U.S. News & World Report,For the first time, the federal government is recommending that all children ages 6 months to 18 years get seasonal influenza immunizations.

Study: Flu vaccine doesn't lower death rates in elderly  -  Aug 29, 2008
CIDRAP,...mortality reductions among older people who receive seasonal influenza immunizations are real or if the findings are biased by a "healthy-user" effect.

Garden City Senior News  -  Sep 19, 2008
Garden City News,Influenza immunizations are being offered to Nassau County residents age 60 and over; and to their spouses. Most brands of influenza vaccine are packaged in

Youngest Students Need Flu Shots In New Jersey  -  Aug 29, 2008
NBC 10.com,He said in addition to protecting the children, the influenza immunizations protect the children's caregivers, older family members, and anyone else

For Patients With Asthma, Flu Vaccine Coverage Falls Short  -  Jul 9, 2008
AAFP News NowThe CDC's Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices, or ACIP, recommends influenza immunizations for all people with asthma, regardless of severity,

LMH wins community award  -  Jul 1, 2008
Lawrence Journal World,KHA also honored Kansas University Hospital in Kansas City, Kan. for its drive-through flu shot event that offers free influenza immunizations while

Immunizations: Give your child a healthy start  -  Jul 2, 2008
KXMD,Immunizations are needed to prevent many childhood illnesses including measles, mumps, tetanus, whooping cough and chickenpox. For your convenience, one day

AAFP, ACIP, AAP Recommend Massive Expansion of Influenza Vaccine ...  -  Apr 2, 2008
AAFP News NowThat framework calls for providing annual influenza immunizations to all school-aged children "as soon as feasible, but no later than the 2009-2010 season.

Flu shots available  -  Jan 28, 2008
The Capital Times,Local residents who haven't gotten influenza immunizations yet still have a chance to protect themselves, as the flu season is just starting to take hold.

Free flu shots offered to miners, spouses  -  Dec 5, 2007
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review,By The Tribune-Review The Pennsylvania Department of Health will offer influenza immunizations free of charge to former and current coal miners and their

Immunizations and why people avoid getting them  -  Nov 28, 2007
Liberty County Times,Among other jobs the local health officer is responsible for is to insure a good immunization program is available to all segments of the local population.

WellPoint broadens health push  -  Nov 30, 2007
Indianapolis Business Journal,...future efforts here: reducing smoking and the rate of low-birth-weight babies, and increasing the number of adults who receive influenza immunizations.

Information about Influenza Immunization  -  Oct 17, 2007
Liberty County Times,Influenza immunizations are far from perfect, they do not provide 100% protection. Some people who get immunized still get influenza, but they tend to have

NC Insurers Send Positive Vaccine Message  -  Sep 24, 2007
AAFP News NowBy Sheri Porter Primary care physicians in North Carolina might want to prepare for an uptick in patients seeking influenza immunizations.

Get vaccinated for flu and pneumonia this fall  -  Oct 9, 2007
Gladwin County Record,Since Medicare billing for pneumonia immunizations differs from influenza immunizations, individuals are asked to discuss this with the staff at the

Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza (HPAI) Facilities  -  Oct 9, 2007
Animal Lab News,Persons entering areas where work with HPAI viruses is conducted should receive seasonal influenza immunizations and, when available, applicable avian flu

Don't duck the flu shot  -  Oct 14, 2007
American Medical News (subscription)Adequate supplies of various influenza immunizations are available, and everyone who would benefit from a reduced risk of getting influenza or who might

Hannon hosts 6th annual Senior Health and Awareness Day  -  Oct 11, 2007
Massapequa Post,Influenza immunizations are being offered to senior citizens age 60 and over and to the spouses of senior citizens. Pneumonia vaccine is being offered to

Meet The Faces Of Influenza  -  Sep 22, 2007
Creswell Chronicle,...the many Faces of Influenza-high-risk individuals or those in close contact with high-risk people who should receive influenza immunizations every year.

Employee Flu Shots Available Beginning Monday  -  Oct 18, 2007
University of Virginia,..."Yearly influenza immunizations are important," said Susan Carkeek, vice president for human resources. "Please consider taking the vaccine this year.

"The Flu Shot Made Me Sick" & Other Flu Shot Myths  -  Oct 3, 2007
YourHub.com,With flu shot season beginning on Monday, October 1, the Visiting Nurse Association (VNA) is hoping to encourage more people to get vaccinated by dispelling

The Selma Times-Journal  -  Oct 7, 2007
Selma Times-Journal,Annual influenza immunizations are recommended for most people from the age of six months old. Typical symptoms include fever, cough, sore throat,

An ounce of prevention once a day  -  Sep 27, 2007
Fort Worth Star Telegram,In addition to smoking cessation, it's time we increased access to and use of aspirin therapy, colorectal cancer screenings, influenza immunizations and

Vaccine may not cut senior deaths  -  Sep 25, 2007
HeraldNet,..."We believe it will protect people," Goldbaum said of influenza immunizations. "But it may not be the best strategy we've got" for protecting seniors.



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