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Two Ways to Get Your “Flu Shot”

Flu shot time is here, so here are some things you should know.  First of all, there are two types of flu vaccines:

There are three different flu shots available:

It’s important to understand that seasonal flu vaccines keep you protected against three influenza viruses, and surprise, surprise; they are the three  that research indicates will be most common during this upcoming flu season. Something you may not know is that the viruses in the vaccine can change each year.  Based on international surveillance and scientists’ estimations about which types and strains of viruses will circulate in a given year, changes are made.  Now, approximately  2 weeks after you get your flu shot, the antibodies that provide protection against the influenza viruses in the vaccine begin to develop in the body.  This gives you the protection you need, as your body begins to strengthen itself against this virus.

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Holiday Hours

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$30.00 Flu Vaccine Now Available..

The Flu Shot is Here and now available at Urgent & Family Care for ages 9 years to Adult. Getting a Flu Shot is the best way to keep from getting the flu in Austin, and we are currently providing flu shots.

Basic Ways that You Can Prevent the Spread of Influenza

Unless you suffer from a medical condition that specifically requires you to avoid going out in crowds, it’s likely that you are going to be at risk of contracting influenza from other people. If you want to reduce the risk of contracting it ...

Dealing with the Flu Once You Have It

The easiest way to deal with the flu is to avoid getting it altogether. However, even if you do get a vaccination, there is a chance that you could become infected with the influenza virus.