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As flu cases spike, it isn’t too late to get the vaccine
- By Patrick J. Skerrett, Former Executive Editor, Harvard Health
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Preventing flu is the best course of action. It is important to know some basic flu prevention tips so that you reduce the possibility of catching this disease as much as possible.
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Not only is it not too late to get a flu shot, it’s never too late to implement some healthy habits into one’s daily life that can help curb the spread and severity of the flu epidemic this year and each flu season in the future, simple steps that can make a big difference!
I don’t agree some Doctor says flue can leave out you after 5,7 days without any taking medicines or vaccine.
Recent medical news tells us that mental health coverage is growing alongside existing medical insurance coverage. “Under the Mental Health Parity and Addiction Treatment Act which took effect this year, the mental health and substance abuse benefits that a health plan provides have to be just as generous as its coverage for medical and surgical treatments.
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