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Flu season is just around the corner, and the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends that everyone older than 6 months old get a flu shot. The flu vaccine is especially critical for the following groups:

People with a respiratory illness or diabetes
Pregnant women
Children younger than 5 years old
People 65 years or older
Anyone who lives or works in close proximity to someone in any of the above groups
Flu vaccines now come in a variety of forms, from nasal sprays to intradermal vaccines, preferred for people with bleeding disorders. Find out which one is appropriate for you and get vaccinated before flu season hits.

Source: CDC

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