The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention revises its
immunization guidelines every year. No new vaccines have been
added but there are some changes for 2011, in particular ones
that apply to people at middle age or older. Here's a quick
summary which includes flu shots, Tetanus, diphtheria, and
and meningococcal vaccine.
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