Flu Season Approaches

It's that time of year when we roll up our sleeves for the annual flu shot. Health care professionals say its the single best way to prevent the miseries of the flu. And if Australia's winter is any indication, the US may be in for a bad flu season. Rick Jackson spoke with Dr. Susan Rehm, a Cleveland Clinic infectious disease specialist, about why virtually everyone over 6 months of age should get that shot.

 

 

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Susan Rehm, MD, Cleveland Clinic

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