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Health Tip: Flu Season Is Beginning Already

October marks the start of flu season. Should you get ahead of the falling temperatures and get vaccinated this year? Absolutely, says Stacey A. Gorski, PhD, a biology professor who specializes in immunology and vaccinology at University of the Sciences."Vaccinations should help contain the spread of the disease and keep people healthy through the holiday season and throughout the winter," said Gorski.
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