Flu Shot Facts: What, Why and When
It’s flu season, and ads for flu shots are everywhere. You got one last year, but still got sick. So, why bother? UR Medicine vaccine expert Dr. John Treanor explains why it’s important to get a flu shot every year.
An especially nasty virus, called enterovirus D68, has been making its way across the country. With cases now suspected in Rochester, UR Medicine infectious disease specialist Dr. Geoff Weinberg sheds light on the virus and how to prevent its spread.
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Sunny, sticky days surely make you sweat, but they can also hamper breathing – especially for children and seniors. As the ozone level increases, so can breathing problems, especially for people who suffer from asthma or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, as well as for those who smoke.
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