40 Burst results for "Flu Vaccine"

Flu Vaccine (MM #3471)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 d ago

Flu Vaccine (MM #3471)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation doctors are telling us we need to get a flu shot this year because the flu vaccine will be most important in helping wage covid-19 because a lot of the symptoms do mimic each other. So we want to make sure not spread germs and disease this year, but also heard something very interesting where that this year. The summer time flew was the most inconsequential than we've ever seen in years because everybody's wearing masks and they're avoiding people to stand six feet away. So naturally flu germs aren't getting past. So we didn't have any summer type flu this year. My wife and I are looking at getting our flu vaccine this year. We don't normally do it, but they're not going to get it but now you've got a time when you get it because if you get it right now with some recommend it may not keep you covered for the flu in January and February if I get the flu, it's normally during January and February so I may want to push down until late October. So it make sure to cover me for about three four months which is all the flu vaccine is good for but if you get your flu shot now, that's only going to take you through the end of the year and you got to worry about January and February when you get it could play a big part two dead.

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Fresh update on "flu vaccine" discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

00:27 sec | 27 min ago

Fresh update on "flu vaccine" discussed on Here & Now

"Before viruses begin circulating in our communities. It's an effective means of flattening the curve of respiratory illnesses in our communities, and the more we can do that, the more we can save scarce medical resources that could be directed against the fight. Against Kobe 19. Do you anticipate that because of Koven, 19 and the flu having similar symptoms that that is also a major concern, As you think about Medical professionals being able to meet the needs of patients as they come in during the thick of the winter months. Every year, we recommend that individuals get their flu vaccine before flu viruses circulate widely in our communities, and that is getting the vaccine is optimal. In September,.

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Amid COVID-19 Pandemic, Flu Shots Are Even More Vital This Year

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:24 sec | 4 d ago

Amid COVID-19 Pandemic, Flu Shots Are Even More Vital This Year

"A word to the wise about the flu shots. Many doctors air telling patients getting a seasonal flu shot this year may be more important than ever during the covert 19 pandemic. There should be plenty of flu vaccine manufacturers have ramped up their production this year, even more than they've done in previous years. Dr. Stephen Crawford is with the Oklahoma University Medical Center Jim Krystle, a CBS News

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Fresh update on "flu vaccine" discussed on Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:27 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "flu vaccine" discussed on Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

"So so what do we know about this year's flu vaccine? What strain is that? Protecting us against? Well, our little scenes in the United States protect against three or four different flu viruses, most of them this season are going to be four virus vaccines and their the viruses with flu viruses that which we have many types. It's not just one virus, but the virus is better selected are the ones that are anticipated? That are going to be the most common in circulation in the coming season and again, as in previous seasons, most we're gonna protect against 44 different viruses. Are there any concerns and should there be any about, say covert 19 exposure when people go to get the flu shot and any concerns about fewer people getting the vaccine Because of I guess those covered 19 worries. That's definitely something that is on most people's minds here and definitely appropriate So you know, we've we've all been trying to avoid exposure the crowds and trying to maintain that distance from each other to avoid spreading respiratory almost covered in particular. It's definitely something think about However, he has been working with healthcare providers, vaccine providers and other partners in a variety of clinical settings and also alternate setting for vaccination places like pharmacies, temporary offsite satellite clinics to provide guidance for safe vaccinations that many people as possible could get their vaccine NBC doing it this season. Doctor. How likely is it that we could see a better flu season simply because we're all protecting ourselves more with the masks and the hand washing and a lot of kids aren't even going to school. That kind of thing. And that's a good point. You know, we are more than probably any year before. More of us are trying to protect ourselves from respiratory viruses because we're doing all these things to try to prevent herself from getting coded on the masks and social distancing are all things that help prevent spread. Not just look over 19 but other respiratory viruses and Washington another thing However well, it's possible that all of these measures could reduce how much we have circulating the United States this season. We really can't predict exactly what's gonna happen and how much of an effect it's gonna have, and it's also possible that we're gonna have both of these viruses circulating together during the season, so it's important to use whatever tools we have at our disposal and Social distancing masks or one of them, but from vaccine is also a very important tool to help reduce the burden of respiratory illness forced in the states the season Dr sort of a tangent, But But how has the pandemic made? Maybe your job harder when it comes to getting proper information out there. We course here about the CDC having if you want to say protocols than changing him and then changing him back, but also because people are skeptical, because, frankly, they're getting their science and information from Social media. Has your job harder trying to keep the public properly informed. Oh, that is definitely a lot of information out there. The biggest and most important information that I can comment on is the importance of getting food vaccine this season and important, particularly since we're really going to need to try to reduce the burden of respiratory almost as much as possible communication in our communities. So that we have adequate resources for those who are affected by what we don't have vaccine for. 19 will run at that Dr Lisa Gross cuff, the medical director of the influenza division at the CDC. We appreciate it. Thanks very much Good to be with you. A 29 sunshine Beautiful out just out of the newscast. Let's get the latest on your roads with John Morrissey Way are crawling.

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AstraZeneca Phase 3 Trials Paused Due To Safety Concerns

Daily Coronavirus Update

06:18 min | Last week

AstraZeneca Phase 3 Trials Paused Due To Safety Concerns

"As to Astra, Zeneca trials for the covid nineteen vaccine hit a snag. The debate resumes as to whether the guard rails and safety protocols worked as intended or it's proof that we're moving too fast in a quest to return to normalcy prior to the pandemic Liz Aibo senior correspondent at Kaiser Health News will update us on the status of the trials and what any setback may mean joining us now, with Liz Zibo senior correspondent. At Kaiser Health News. Thank you for coming on today. Liz thanks for having me. The National Institutes of Health has launched an investigation into the case of a patient who suffered spinal cord damage after AstraZeneca's Kovic Nineteen vaccine trial depending on what I read. It's either proof that the testing process is working as designed or that is evidence of moving too fast and the general public at risk start this out for me if you can. I'd say this is the first example I'd say this is the process working there actually several variety of safety valves that are built into the clinical trial process. So this is one in which a potential side effect was picked up, and we don't know yet if this side effect which is supposed to be a spinal problem if that really was related to the vaccine or not that's why the NIH and others are investigating. More is a comparison going back to h one n one and the vaccine which was developed and implemented very early in the Obama Administration politics aside is there any legitimate comparison as to the vaccine trials of? In one back in two thousand and nine and Kobe nineteen today. The process of getting a vaccine will be longer for Kovin because with H one, N one scientists already had a flu shot and other needed to do was to substitute the h one n one flu sequence for other flu sequences that we've used in the past sue scientists were familiar with the Vaccine Day. Knew how that SORTA vaccine worked the big delay was that the flu vaccine is grown in chicken eggs it's a virus so it's going to chicken eggs and not take some time. So there was a little. Bit of a delay some manufacturing delays with the H One n one vaccine this is very different because this corona viruses very new. We've never licensed vaccine against a corona virus before and the technologies that companies are using to create this vaccine are Ulsan new and most of them have never been used to make a vaccine before big picture. Can you describe the process as far as where we are in the progression as far as phase three trials I keep hearing face three what does that mean for the layperson? Any drug that's going to be used in humans goes through a set period of study and set sequence of trials. So I may be tested enough cell in Petri dish ABC dish they might tested on mice for this kind of vaccine. It's being tested in primates than the first type of trial is a phase one trial, and that's just to try to set the correct dose of the of the vaccine or drug, and to find out any early signs about safety. These are small trials just a few dozen people because these are first in human studies they keep them small to. Make sure that no one's hurt. Then we go to face to trial. Their doctors are looking also for safety and some early signs of efficacy and the big really definitive study is the phase three trial and for a vaccine, these are being given in the United States to thirty thousand people for each trial. So there are two trials that are ongoing right now in the united. States one from Pfizer and one from journal they both are going to enroll at least three thousand people in fact, Pfizer? Just announced a couple days ago they're upping that to forty, four, thousand people and. The reason that those trials need to be so big as they wanNA look for rare side effects, they might be able to find out earlier if the vaccine is effective with fewer people but sometimes, they're rare side effects and this spinal problem that patient apparently had with the Astra Zeneca drug called transverse That's really really rare. So you're not gonNA see really rare but serious side effects until you test them in huge numbers of people. So right now we've got two trials that are in face three, their ongoing the Astra Zeneca trial had just started that was also supposed to. Be a thirty thousand person trial that's been paused because of this potential side effect at the end of it. All best case scenario at least in terms of the Astra Zeneca propose vaccine would it be an annual shot like we get the flu shot or is it something which we may take one time and we're done like maybe the chicken pox virus that's a great question, and in some ways this going to resemble the childhood vaccinations. If anyone out there has kids, we know that they don't just get one shot they'll get a series like measles shots you'll get to what the Yeah, that's right. You'll. You'll get one when the child's around maybe a year or eighteen months, and then they get another one before they enter school. So with this one, people don't yet know how many shots were going to need. Now, the first two vaccines that are closest to making it to approval right now in the US, the Pfizer shot, and also the journey shot those right now to dose vaccines. So you get your first dose which primes your immune system, it sort of. The immune system and prepares it, and then with the Maderna's shot, you get your second shot four weeks later, and that really sets off the immune system to be ready to prepare for this virus and ready to respond with the Pfizer. It's slightly different. It's two shots three weeks apart. But one thing people should know is that let's say you get your first shot for weeks. Later, you get a second shot it takes your immune system, a good two weeks to develop those antibodies. So from the day, you get your first inoculation. Until you may be protected would be six weeks. We don't know yet if we're going to need annual boosters like with the flu shot or even a booster sooner than that, we just don't know but that's a really important question. She is Liz Sabo senior correspondent at Kaiser Health News. Thank you so much for coming on today. Thanks for having me.

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Fresh update on "flu vaccine" discussed on Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:31 sec | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "flu vaccine" discussed on Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

"Season. It's even more important, of course this year because of the pandemic, and we get into that with Dr Lisa Gross Cough, the medical director of the influenza division of the National Center for Immunizations and Respiratory Diseases at the CDC. My old job, I guess. Dr Good morning. Thanks for joining us. Good morning. Nice to be here. So people are always a little hesitant about getting a vaccine A flu vaccine. Why is it more important now? Probably with this upcoming flu season, of course of covert to get it than maybe in prior years. But we really don't know yet what effect it's gonna have on our upcoming season in the U. S. But you do know that as in previous seasons,.

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Experts urge getting a flu shot ahead of flu season amid pandemic

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:35 sec | Last week

Experts urge getting a flu shot ahead of flu season amid pandemic

"Season about to set in, and the possibility of a twin endemic NewJersey Health commissioner Judith Person, Chile says Residents should get their flu vaccinations as soon as possible. Healthy people target for flu Vaccination is 70%. Nationally and in New Jersey, less than half of the eligible population received the flu vaccine. This'll leaves many people vulnerable to the complications of the flu, she says. A severe flu season and resurgence of covert could strain healthcare resource is

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Fresh update on "flu vaccine" discussed on Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

00:32 sec | 16 hrs ago

Fresh update on "flu vaccine" discussed on Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

"Is astounding the public health professionals because we have a vaccine. That is highly protective. It won't protect 100% of people, but it will protect most people. He also says You cannot get the flu from the flu vaccine. Sophia Hall WCBS news radio 8 80 Well, New Jersey residents will be ableto pick up the opioid Overdose Reversal Drug naloxone on starting tomorrow Thursday. A drug commonly known as Narcan. It will be free to residents Thursday through Saturday at over 300 pharmacies around ST New Jersey as our list of participating pharmacies online and this is the second straight year that Governor Murphy's administration hosted this naloxone giveaway. Last year's event was just one day instead of three this time around, and so the number of participating pharmacies has also doubled this year from 172 about 320 this time around. Really CBS News Time is 10 23..

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Philadelphia - Pennsylvania Health Officials Urge Everyone To Get Flu Shot This Year Amid Pandemic

KYW 24 Hour News

00:52 sec | 2 weeks ago

Philadelphia - Pennsylvania Health Officials Urge Everyone To Get Flu Shot This Year Amid Pandemic

"Health officials are preparing for their annual battle with influenza this year. It is more important than ever to get a flu shot, Health Secretary Dr Rachel Levine says. Next month, Covert 19 will collide with influenza when the official start of flu season gets underway and it may be difficult to distinguish one from the other typical flu symptoms such as fever, cough, sore throat, nasal congestion, headaches. Really the very same symptoms that can occur with covert 19. Last year, a record number of Pennsylvanians were diagnosed with the flue nearly 130,000. So, Levine says her department is going all in to prevent that from happening again. We have requested and expect to receive more than 860,000 doses of the flu vaccine. Anyone older than six months of age to get a flu vaccine unless they have a medical condition that prevents them from getting one.

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Fresh update on "flu vaccine" discussed on Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

00:28 sec | 18 hrs ago

Fresh update on "flu vaccine" discussed on Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

"Fight the flu campaign, 2020 kicks off in a sock county WCBS reporter Sophia Hall with the update. It took only a few moments for NASA County executive Laura current to get the flu shot after she said that was nothing. Kermit urges everyone to get the vaccine, especially this year because of the pandemic each year. The flu vaccine helps to prevent millions literally millions of people in our country from getting sick, tens of thousands of hospitalizations.

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Phase 3 clinical trial of investigational vaccine for COVID-19

Glenn Beck

00:50 sec | 2 weeks ago

Phase 3 clinical trial of investigational vaccine for COVID-19

"Of a potential covert 19 vaccine is moving quickly, with a Minnesota based care provider playing a key role in gathering participants. HealthPartners political researcher, Dr Zeke McKinney says there's still a lot of questions surrounding how effective Potential vaccine would be not really well understood. Whether or not the vaccine is something that would last years or months or lifetime. I think that two years worth of information will give us more of a picture on. How long will this vaccine last? However, occasions are we expecting it to be like when he says the virus could change as the seasonal flu does year to year, making a vaccine difficult to pin down in 2019? The CDC estimated the widely used common flu vaccine to be a combined 45% effective against all flu strains, with effectiveness, dropping to 37%. Against influenza. A. This is

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Face masks proven effective in slowing flu and coronavirus spread, according to studies

News, Traffic and Weather

00:55 sec | 2 weeks ago

Face masks proven effective in slowing flu and coronavirus spread, according to studies

"About the upcoming flu season, making the battle against Cove in 19 even tougher, it raises the question of whether mask wearing and social distancing will also slow the spread of the flu. It looks like that's what's happened in the Southern Hemisphere. But Washington, health officials say we need to combine those measures with the salad season of flu vaccinations. Pierce County Health director Dr Anthony Chan says. Not only do they still believe mass protect others if you are contagious. There's also now consensus they cry will protect You from other people, even if it's not a medical, great master, if nothing else reduced the severity for you so masking staying home when you're sick, washing your hands covering your cough getting a flu shot. All of those things help. Chen and his colleagues also say even if the flu vaccine doesn't stop you from getting six sick, it can reduce the severity of your illness, and that could help keep people out of hospitals that need to focus on the Corona virus.

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What is QAnon? What We Know About the Conspiracy Theory

Nightline

05:07 min | 3 weeks ago

What is QAnon? What We Know About the Conspiracy Theory

"The rise of a far-reaching far right conspiracy theory once finding a haven online and now expanding its footprint into the real world. Here's nightline co anchor giudice. Boston Massachusetts a rally protesting a flu vaccine mandate. But blending into the crowd something else a Q. Symbol. Here, it is again in Minnesota? Greeting the president at the airport on his way to a campaign stop. And here at a lives matter rally in Brooklyn. What's everybody? Particularly, you as you as. A wild conspiracy based movement known as Cunanan. They first appeared in the public eye at rallies two, thousand, eighteen tomorrow headlines. Massive protests. Their profile slowly growing over the last two years culminating with this moment in the White House two weeks ago. The president being asked directly inside the briefing room. Thank you very much about those Cunanan on supporters. Of the theory, it is this belief that you are secretly saving the world from this site. Cold. Pedophile and cannibals does that sound like something you are behind? I haven't heard that but. Is that supposed to be a bad thing or good thing. If if I can help save the world from problems willing to do. The letter q may be one of the least US letters in the English language but for followers of Cunanan or q anonymous theory, it's a doorway into something called the deep state. A baseless idea that claims a secret powerful network is working to promote its own hidden evil agenda and the Donald Trump is doing all he can to stop. The movement. Now leaping from Echo, chambers of social media to headlines in the news it's called q a Non a fringe conspiracy theory tweet of an article by Cunanan conspiracy theorist Cunanan's grown so fast. And it's caught fire with followers all over the nation. Inspiring a few to take dangerous actions. Uploaded on social media leading them to be charged with major crimes. It's even attracting would be politicians. Q.. Is a patriot. He is someone that is very much loves his country Marjorie Taylor Green of Georgia won her primary last month all but assuring her seat in. Congress receiving a congratulatory tweet from the president himself. Nineteen Republicans running for office express some sort of support for the Q. Theory according to the media watchdog group media matters the broad narrative Cuban on the world's controlled by. The ball of Satan worshipping files, and this could ball they control everything. This includes the media and entertainment and politicians they'll start. Travis few has been tracking the group since its inception hosts, his own podcast called the Cunanan anonymous podcast. There's nothing wrong with believing Chrissy things necessarily crazy conspiracy theories about bigfoot area fifty, one problem is that these these these people they're being radicalized in the sense that it becomes a major part of their life followers believe that q is an actual figure or figures within the US government holding Q. Level Security Clearance Q. is a real clearance level within the Energy Department. But from there, the story leaps into dark and outlandish places. For example, they say that q communicates with them by posting cryptic ciphers online because he has access to all the deepest darkest secrets in the US and wants to expose them. This includes wild fake theories of prominent politicians running a child sex trafficking ring or the JFK junior was assassinated by Clinton these far out claims run the gamut. But Jared Holt from right wing watch an organization that monitors wing extremism says, these claims have now begun impacting reality. What the Cunanan on movement does is they take that grain of truth, warp it and twist it into their existing worldview narratives. It's a movement that has inspired some of its followers to commit really egregious criminal actions. So trump's statements about on speaking favorably of them I fear as having watched this for so long is incredibly dangerous. Cunanan's debunked theories have gained so much traction that social media platforms like facebook and twitter have been forced to. Take Action removing thousands of Cunanan related accounts off their platforms though a recent analysis by the site intelligence group of monitor for online extremists alleges some are trying to reform pages under codenames

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Massachusetts Now Requires Flu Vaccines for All Students

VB in the Middle

00:26 sec | Last month

Massachusetts Now Requires Flu Vaccines for All Students

"Is mandating that students get the flu vaccine by the end of the year. There is no shortage of opinions about that. I think the state is wrong. Basically, I think it's up to the parents and whether or not the Children should have a flu shot personally myself. I would say yes, but I wouldn't force the parents to make the kids have the flu shot. Anything we can do to prevent this from getting even worse than It is. It's already horrible we should do if I had a kid I I wouldn't do it.

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Massachusetts now requires flu vaccines for all students

WBZ Afternoon News

02:04 min | Last month

Massachusetts now requires flu vaccines for all students

"Baker announces new help for school districts as they prepare to open safely this fall. Here's W busies. Karen Regal Governor Charlie Baker, speaking at the Statehouse, says school districts that need rapid mobile testing unit from the state. You dance for those units. This program can be deployed to test students within a particular classroom or other groups, a local health department and the Department of Public Health at the state level Worked with a local school district to determine a certain conditions are met and that this program should be deployed. Asked about ongoing protests from teachers, some of whom say they will only work remotely until a covert 19 vaccine is available. The governor says I respect and understand the importance of making sure that this be done safely. But I would also ask people to respect the science at the Statehouse. Cameron Regal W. B Z Boston's news radio, all students here amounts of truce It's from pre K two college kids are now required to get a flu vaccine. By the end of the year. W. Busy Suzanne Saz Ville went out about to find out what some Baystate residents thought about the governor's new mandate. It's not a scientific study, but to my surprise 75% of the people I spoke with said they were against it like Jim, I think the state is wrong. Basically, I think it's up to the parents and whether or not the Children should have a flu shot personally myself. I would say yes, but I wouldn't force the parents to make the kids have the flu shot now, and J B doesn't like the idea either. If I had a kid, I I wouldn't do it because you don't know what's in the vaccine. One of the people who was in favour of the mandate was a teacher named Joan. Anything we can do to prevent this from getting even worse than it is. It's already Horrible We should do, she said. Why not just get the flu vaccine that way? We'll have one less thing to worry about. Suzanne Saz Bill W. B Z, Boston's newsroom and I do Want to mention There are a few exceptions. Students with a religious or medical exemption homeschool Children as well as college students who are completely off campus and learning remotely, although all other students still have to get the shot, even if their school is fully remote.

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Massachusetts mandates flu vaccine for all students — with a few exemptions

WBZ Morning News

00:44 sec | Last month

Massachusetts mandates flu vaccine for all students — with a few exemptions

"In Massachusetts from pre Kato college kids now required to get a flu vaccine by the end of the year of the disease. Madison Rogers has Massachusetts is the first state to require students to get a flu shot. There are exceptions if a student has a medical or religious exemption, or if they're home schooled, But other than that, it applies to anyone over six months of age, even studentslearning remotely. BBC TV's Dr Mallika Marshall says it could help to preserve medical resource is during the pandemic. We still expect to see covert around and we might get a surge in Kobe cases which will threaten Tio overburden once again. Our hospitals our ers are urgent care center. The deadline for all students to get the shot is December 31st. Madison

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Massachusetts now requires flu vaccines for all students

Ron St. Pierre

00:29 sec | Last month

Massachusetts now requires flu vaccines for all students

"So covert 19 about to collide with the fluke could have happened. It's very likely in Massachusetts State health officials say flu vaccinations will be required for all students six months or older who attend childcare preschool school and college in Massachusetts to reduce the possibility of a double whammy. Of respiratory illnesses during the ongoing Corona virus pandemic, so the state is mandating flu vaccinations for Massachusetts students.

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Flu vaccine required for all Massachusetts school students

WBZ Afternoon News

00:18 sec | Last month

Flu vaccine required for all Massachusetts school students

"Student student enrolled enrolled in in child child care. care. Preschool Preschool K K through through 12, 12, or or post post secondary secondary school school in in Massachusetts Massachusetts will will have have to to get get a a flu flu vaccine. vaccine. Officials say there will be some exceptions to this, including medical and religious reasons, home school students or higher ed students and fully remote learning off campus. Also

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Flu shots are available across the country, but is it too soon to get vaccinated? - Yahoo Lifestyle

Lynne Hayes-Freeland

01:50 min | Last month

Flu shots are available across the country, but is it too soon to get vaccinated? - Yahoo Lifestyle

"Getting of Lucia, when do you get it isn't important. And it is the flu going to get all mixed up with this thing called the Corona virus. And how do you approach your shot? Well, that's what a lot of folks you're thinking about. They're actually kind of worried about and who better Help us figure it all out, then that a specialist in infectious disease in critical care doctor Amish Adalja joins us once again. Welcome, sir on the disc Institute of Pittsburgh, New Zain. Thanks for having me. So is this the time I we should be thinking about flu shots. I think we need to start planning about our flu shots. We usually advise people to get the flu shot in October because we know that over the season the flu vaccine loses its effectiveness as you go in tow. Spring months on flu is still circulating, but if the only time you can get your vaccine is in August or September, we want you to get it. But I try to get people to get them in October, but we know that everybody can't get them in October. Now, here's one of the problems or concerns. I think a lot of people are just kind of afraid of going. If they don't have to go into a clinical situation or a doctor's office for anything there, there's still a big hesitance from people. How do you get around that? Oh, you know that doctor's offices have modified their operations now to make it much easier to social distance to make it much more safer. So if you don't come into contact with somebody with Cove in 19, and you don't always have to go to your doctor's office to get a flu vaccine, you could go to your drug store and get a flu vaccine. And there are even some areas that have drive up clinics where you could just Roll your window down and put your arm out the window and get the vaccine that way. So there is many different ways to get the vaccine And you should not postpone the vac your vaccination or be worried about getting the vaccination because of code, But we want to make sure that we have the highest vaccination rate that In history because we want to make sure we have room and hospitals for covert 19 patients of the fall. Now,

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Public urged to get flu vaccine to stay healthy as COVID-19 spreads

Rush Limbaugh

00:28 sec | Last month

Public urged to get flu vaccine to stay healthy as COVID-19 spreads

"Fox News, the CDC, expressing growing concern about the onset of flu season after the recent Corona virus surge, and that's leading to some concern. About the amount of flu vaccine C. And if you have been working together to work with a few blue manufactures to actually increased production this year, we're very hopeful that more Americans will take the flu vaccine issue that have in the past, FDA Commissioner Stephen Holland tells Fox. These radios so many people skip the shot. They usually have flu

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New Jersey Governor Not Ruling Out Remote School Mandate

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:57 sec | Last month

New Jersey Governor Not Ruling Out Remote School Mandate

"News update schools in the South of sent students home after positive tests, New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy says he's being cautious. Correspondent Meg Oliver. He's not ruling out ordering a statewide all remote learning mandate, even at the 11th hour. I think superintendents are extremely concerned they're wasting their time. Developing these hybrid models know they're not wasting their time. Even if at the last minute you have to say, Hey, we have to go all remote. You just can't take off the table that this thing is going to rear its head and we have to be prepared for that Big Sky Conference has now scrubbed college football for the fall. CBS's James Brown get all the hoopla poppin circumstance associated with sports, but should not health and welfare safety be the top priority, and CDC director Robert Redfield tells Web D. It's not just Covad 19 anymore. This is a year I'm asking people to really I just think deep down about getting flu vaccine, CBS News update. I'm Peter King. It is

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New York City Schools Will All Have Nurses This Fall, Mayor Says; CDC Director Urges Americans To Get Flu Vaccine

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

00:36 sec | Last month

New York City Schools Will All Have Nurses This Fall, Mayor Says; CDC Director Urges Americans To Get Flu Vaccine

"Now low and schools due to open Mayor Bill de Blasio says. I want to confirm and announced that every single New York City public school building We'll have a certified nurse. This comes at the same time as the head of the CDC warns fall and winter could be a jolt to the nation's health system We're gonna have covert in the fall. We're gonna have flu in the fall of either one of those finding themselves in stress certain hospital system. Dr. Robert Redfield spoke with Web M D. This is a year I'm asking people to really think deep down about getting flu vaccine. The government says 963,000

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"flu vaccine" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:13 min | Last month

"flu vaccine" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The flu vaccine is a really valuable vaccine, but it doesn't prevent you from getting the flu 100% of the time. It's it's or depends on the season and if the first vaccines for Corona virus or similar. That would still be a huge public health. You know, accomplishment, but it wouldn't mean that no one got sick anymore. We'd still need treatments to save The lives of people we love from the worst ravages of this dizzy is so some epidemiologists said. You know, we're not going to land in Oz the day that the vaccine his is shown effective, it's going to be a process. So how do we get people to get a vaccine in this moment in time? Who can be the credible messenger here? No, The president recently said that you know, he expects a vaccine by November 3rd just after the election or just before the election, so that kind of rhetoric can sort of undermine the integrity of the process. People may think that it's being rightly or wrongly being rushed. And that's what scientists are working really hard to try to counter to basically build up this credibility that even though they're working at a record pace at astonishing speed, they are still checking all the boxes. They have the data to back it up that they are validating all the results and that what they're distributing is safe and beneficial. But that requires a lot of, you know transparency that requires a lot of public education, and that's kind of been a bit of a hurdle right now because one you have things moving so quickly that they're not necessarily being so forthright with the information that they have. We've seen some of these vaccine manufacturers, for instance, announced some of their latest fighting's through press releases. Rather than through, you know, peer reviewed papers or even through preliminary, non peer reviewed papers. And so it's been harder to scrutinize those results. And so that's something that could potentially undermining and the way you build that credibility is, of course, through transparency and through having good, solid public messaging that through nonpartisan means potentially type to illustrate the benefits of getting this vaccine and how it could help us return to normal. It is a process and this public acceptance aspect of it is not something that should be underplay. This is something that's really important to start tackling right now. Well, Caroline and who? Mayer? Thank you so much for taking this time And speaking with.

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The Covid-19 changes that could last long-term

Weekend Edition Sunday

04:04 min | Last month

The Covid-19 changes that could last long-term

"In 19 is probably never going to go away with or without a vaccine. But that doesn't mean the future will be quite as terrifying as the present is. We are joined now by Dr Veneto. Naturally, he is a Corona, virus researcher at the University of Texas Medical Branch. And he explains How we will adapt to this corona virus. Moving forward has a lot to do with immunity. Welcome to the program. Thank you. So why is it so hard? The first of all to eradicate this virus specifically Corona viruses. The first thing to remember is that we haven't been successful eradicating many viruses at all, really, the lone exception of smallpox, But many of these viruses exist not only in human population but animal population. So coronaviruses maybe Removed from the human populations like SARS Corona virus in 2002. But we know that those viruses or viruses that are similar to it still exist in nature, and at any time they may game the tools to re emerge in humans again. 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It spreads very easy, but unlike those it causes the severe disease. Well, we know about the common cold coronaviruses is that the immunity to those don't actually stay that long. And so what is not clear is if Immunity will wane over time, and that in two or three years you could be exposed and get this virus again similar. He got a common cold coronaviruses every few years. On the other end of that. Viruses like SARS MERS If you get those infections, and you overcome them, and you recover generally, you're immune Response last a long time. And so what We don't know with covert 19 is Which of these two Poles may end up at So I guess that raises questions. First of all about a vaccine how effective it will be. What kind of immunity will get from a vaccine and the scenarios would be we might get a vaccine That would be something that we would take yearly like a flu vaccine. Or maybe it would be more akin to vaccines That would give you one shot. And then you're immune for life. Those this sort of two options. Yeah, I think there's probably somewhere in between. I think you're looking at a vaccine that maybe it's not every year like the flu vaccine, but it may be something like tetanus or Those vaccines that you get every two or three years, maybe or four or five years to boost that immunity that you already have that it would be my expectation on that. So I guess this is the big question. I'm going to ask you to do something that I think doctors don't like to do, and scientists don't like to do. Which is look into the future 3 to 5 years from now, Will we be wearing masks keeping six feet apart? How will we have to change our behavior to co exist with this virus that isn't going to go away? Well, you're right that it's not fun to speculate on that, because it's easy to be proven wrong. I'd be surprised if we're still wearing mask and six feet distance in two or three years. 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"flu vaccine" Discussed on Brains On!

Brains On!

12:49 min | 1 year ago

"flu vaccine" Discussed on Brains On!

"The virus that the virus uses to attack your body's cells right these things hemoglobin we'll just call it h and my nerves days and that goes by in these ages and ends are a little like virus fingerprints the with come in many different forms each form has its own number and we're taking your prince so let's see we got hemoglobin that's all we need we'll have you had the lab with the other flu viruses we've collected red hopefully I can find a waiver to you guys want to join thanks for the offer in real life it's scientists not detectives who hunt down future Flus but they do use similar clues to hail shields and kilter and they do take samples from hospitals around the world but unfortunately the samples don't talk and these certainly don't surf it's not easy to predict which Lou viruses will spread the most each year and they don't always do a perfect job but they try their best to make a good prediction every year spital because of the flu and can be fatal for people who have weakened immune systems that's why the vaccine is important unlike most vaccines and summer too well we've got an expert here to help us answer these questions her name is Maryn McKenna she's a journalist who writes a lot out viruses bacteria and public health she's also the author of nonfiction books like superbug and big chicken welcome Merrin thank you as organisms that you're being protected against those are things like measles and mumps and diphtheria don't change during your lifetime the reason there's a flu season where is it B. O. N. A. dot com slash brains on.

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"flu vaccine" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"flu vaccine" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"That you know i would i be totally agree i think that there is there is there is no desire among people in the medical profession to avoid things that could could genuinely help and you know pull a lot about vaccines i think vaccines are important talk about here especially in terms of pandemic risks like like flu they're all flu vaccines available it is very hard to tailor them to a new strain that that that we've never seen before and that is rapidly spreading around the world which is why the the the ultimate goal of a vaccine research in terms of pandemic preparedness is creating a universal flu vaccine that is still a longtime away there are a lot of very clever people working on it right now but that is something that i think is is going to be an incredibly useful that would take off some of the most important pandemic risks off the table if it could be realistically achieved stature paul off at you co invented a vaccine i think it was the rotavirus vaccine so hyun hope that are a bit about this i mean i think about the flu vaccine in in terms of pandemic global pandemic the flu vaccine that's made now is is by growing viruses and chicken eggs right it's the same archaic method that's been used for for seventy years i mean doesn't that sort of process need to evolve in an innovate to to new age most finally i mean you know if there were a surge as add stated in his wonderful article that you need a lot of flu vaccine quickly there's one million based million seoulbased vaccine there's one recombinant dna base for but virtually all vaccine comes from relying on hens to lay eggs and that puts us at some risk so i think you're right we do need to evolve and you know you're always doing this on the fly with the flu pandemic and you know that there's going to be roughly three pandemics every century you know that and you just don't know win so you know you need to react quickly and well ed young i'll give you the last word here talking about pandemics and a global.

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"flu vaccine" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"flu vaccine" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"They wanted to do in almost right off the bat was have you had your flu vaccine and i said no and saw out pops a needle and i said i and i don't want it don't give it to me and so they didn't and then because of the procedure i had they were they were concerned about the potential of pneumonia and so they have this i don't even know what this stuff is i'm sure you do but the they run at light through an oxygen mask but it's some kind of gas stuff that's supposed to make you cough and and keep your lungs and and keep you coughing up the fluid in your long so you don't get pneumonia except many many many years ago and when i was in service i had pneumonia and they gave me this stuff and i told him hey this doesn't work on me i don't want i don't how it didn't work in nineteen seventy and i don't want it now so don't give it to come back and and they went with what i said and they didn't give me a flu shot and they didn't give me the whatever this stuff was probably get charged for it anyway but they didn't give it to me and i didn't want it and they were sort of set back that somebody would stand up to him and say no i don't think they were i i would venture to say that ninety nine percent of the people that work on floors in hospitals are never told no and they don't know how you know what we're gonna do with this patient he just said no i think you're absolutely right i think that there's very them communication people just come into the rooms come in for various therapies but they don't really tell you who they are what they're doing and why it's just order and you do have you just describe the perfect scenario ask questions make them really explain why something needs to get done and is it absolutely necessary.

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"flu vaccine" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"flu vaccine" Discussed on No Agenda

"It is still unclear why this season's flu vaccine did not work better than it did what what as a new kid this new kid ideas new kids she sounds good i the young sheldon y'all investing there and with the what is good combined efforts this one clip you know to do the don't you like me like the combo you like the combo or good alert learn how you what yes perfect yet but you should clip it you will you together i think so okay now she says that the end is uncertain way wait a minute he would either be because they didn't have the right flew lacking wrecks in the use of put four in there or something went wrong that they don't know now of course that missing cdc guy the rumor is and i think this could be implanted by the russians gifts that and retreated by bought i believe as possible nabbed a i've been following the story but i could never really find the origin of key also worked on the flu vaccine i could never find auto he never worked on the flu vaccine what he said was he treated flu victims who all died and they all coincidently had the flu shot he never said he workout at give an origin for that story no now many there let's ride and bring it to this harsha could be russians yeah and the russian bots but the guy has disappeared and there seems to be a lot of dead people and i dunno that they all have the flu shot maybe the flu shots got something into the killed them.

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"flu vaccine" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"flu vaccine" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"A l i never get to follow us on twitter at dr and on facebook that up to delhi shall i sell remember we had to flu vaccines types of flu vaccines that we have one that we have it for a while now the flu shot but then we also had the flu missed the floater liz was the nasal spray and this came out for wall back what you excited allowed appearance because their child didn't have to get a shot so we were able to the of children vaccines without them complaining and griva they have their shot outplayed to do a lecture they'll give you shop lease can i get this free so they got this right and if you remember for the past flew to flu seasons and advisory committee on immunisation practices said now don't use the flu missed it doesn't work that well so we have been using it for two full seasons i believe has presented a makes flew this they weren't that happy about that but today we are learning i think as of yesterday we're learning that they are going to bring the flu missed back as an option because it's not like the shot did a good job this year either so a good cnn as cdc advisory committee voted yesterday to recommend that the flu missed nasal spray version comes back to be used for the new two thousand eighteen two thousand nineteen flu season the panel voted 12 to to this week to included as an option for doctors to use during next year's says he's the cdc is expected to go along with the recommendation of the committee according to seriously spokesperson eat bread i'm he says the nasal spray flu vaccine is licensed for use an otherwise healthy nonpregnant people h.

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"flu vaccine" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"flu vaccine" Discussed on WDRC

"To the flu vaccine nieto priestly i've been sorta in 5050 on whether you take a flu vaccine because it's not that effective might confers on protection lynn besides you know it's considered unpatriotic almost a form of treason to not sir as a a public health spokesperson as i am on the air uh to discourage people from getting the flu shot source said yeah you want to get it though k but i'm not a big advocate i hear some information that uh really uh chills my enthusiasm for the flu vaccine iit comes for an article uh recently which was reported on would show and and you've heard about it which suggests that um you don't have to sneeze or cough uh to transmit the flu virus so that that's really quite disconcerting because we tend to think okay you know cover your mouth uh you know sneeze eddie you're elbow and everything is going to be okay we'll let studied study of uh uh college students uh during their the flu season it was found that the flu virus was transmitted just by breathing it was very nicely uh put into the air stream by aero slows eishin tiny particles are works hail to the breath of these college students that could easily transmit the flu okay that study of made the rounds and uh i thought walesa interesting i reported on it but i didn't look at the study on now i have and there's an interesting corollary that study and that is that individuals who had had the flu shot in the courage and or previous seasons shed the flu virus six point three times more than if they hadn't had the flu shot so here's the the whole rationale for hitting the flu shot is okay you maybe you don't care whether you're gonna get the flu but at least protector others you know people in your family people her community they now mandate that health care workers so they can get fired if they don't to accept the flu.

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"flu vaccine" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"flu vaccine" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Case that's bad that's that's bad you know is it malpractice while all depends on how it was documented if the medical provider said look you know if you don't want to get the vaccine amok to push huge in with efficacy but if they set down there you know the you know they show was offer flu vaccine and denied they may not have all loves it is now it's going to be a he said she said and so the big discussion we've been having this flu season is if we do have a crappy flu vaccine jill we still get the flu vaccine fleming you know i've seen families where they got the flu vaccine the film is still got the fl the problem is for those of us a dig at the flu vaccine if we didn't get the flu how do we know was the flu shot or where we just lucky so if there is efficacy it's going to be understated the by this flu shot okay i gave my family i had my family good walgreens and get the flu shot if they don't get the flu is it because you know we're lucky airs the because they're keeping our nutrition up which i doubt it because at a two teenage boys the crap or is it that the flu shots at it and it's official protected them who's gonna get those numbers ludawyke call and and add that number two the vicks i mean you'll nobody's interview in us how many times do we get these robocalls and we hang up goalie don't call me your don't talk to me i'm in the village dinner they go but it's teddy him in the morning everything rolling about quick so if you got the flu shot of you don't get the flu does that mean the flu shot was effective does not get credit for that so i'm wondering this may be the efficacy his firearm than we fake so yes this mom detailed who medical provider and dan did not get the flu shot because of all the media attention about all they end the flu shot is very effective do we need to shut the hell up next year and say we don't know how effective it is just get the shot.

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"flu vaccine" Discussed on Money Radio 1200AM

Money Radio 1200AM

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"flu vaccine" Discussed on Money Radio 1200AM

"It did nothing to help children however if this is what they do you've got the other things that they've done and this year we're going to talk about vaccines but this year one of the things that they did was they push this flu vaccine can't pushy and pushy a push it this was scared say and i went to the grocery i was telling talking about this last hour and if you don't take the flu vaccine they want you sign the statement workout take it well it does not think for a by who's over sixty it does nothing for kids and then they found out that it can give you the flu and they also found out that oh by the way it is an effective against the flu that's going around this year but you're still should take it now this is a doubts i actually disagree with you on that and i'll tell you why do you think that you should get a flu vaccine i don't i don't look i don't like any kind of force being or making you sign something i don't like that but i do think it's important to to promote the flu vaccine because look we all that the flu has many different strains i will tell you to be honest with you i am currently battling the flu however the vaccine here i did and third my children and my children are second tell my because we got a different story but i will tell you i don't think it's important because you don't it does it it can help people who get the stream it they got inoculated against so look i understand that their system for us the big viruses when i saw that the the pig vaccine has gone swine flu vaccine and more people had problems with the backseat and then they did from the results of it but other things that you should take our bumps rebel measles these are vaccines that you should take and oprah uh these complicated time speaking view truth is the most powerful because no where have she said this and these complicated time speaking the truth is the.

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"flu vaccine" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"flu vaccine" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The students are going for spring break so getting the vaccine now could not only prevent uh uh influence a but also influnce of be additionally uh it's been clearly shown that uh even if you acquire influenza after you've gotten the flu shot uh the likelihood that you get very sick need hospitalization or even die is reduced in those patients that have gotten the flu vaccine so i even if you get sick from the flu it can help prevent you from getting very sick when the infection says i think we still recommend what are you say about this i read this thirty percent it's only thirty percent affected this year gap unfortunately the current vaccine technologies that we use uh do sometimes result in years where the vaccine uh uh component in the in the vaccine is not as effective in preventing uh an initial infection but as i mentioned even if you get the flu and you've had the flu vaccine that season you're less likely to become severely ill uh require hospitalization or die and so there's still a benefit even if it doesn't prevents you from getting sick and many of those patients that have gotten the vaccine may have a milder illness other than those patients who have not been vaccinated flooded you say that i thought it was an onoff switch she got her you don't it's possible i would get it but it would be less severe correct and that that's one of the main advantages of the flu vaccine uh particularly uh if there's not a great match the other thing is is that the vaccine although may not be a great match for the h three component of the circulating strands appears to be a better match for at 81.

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"flu vaccine" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"flu vaccine" Discussed on WDRC

"And um it will were talking about some yet another benefit of exercise talked earlier about the benefits of dancing now yet another health dividend of exercise but before we do that uh let's investigate why the flu vaccine work so badly a really a work very well this actually is uh discouraging too many people who take the flu vaccine and then still come down with the flu anyway yeah i'd pretty often i mean i hear this all the time it by practice of people dutifully line up for the flu shot wipe out the flu anyway sometimes i think that the flu vaccine caused the flu but that's not likely it just wasn't effective and in fact uh for the 2016 seventeen flu season the last one uh the vaccine was only fortythree percent effective against the predominant influence a h three n two strain and that's better than some previous years the protection has been uh as lower worse in other years so what's going on with that i mean are they miss the boat of originally the theory was that when they planned the vaccine they got a plan way ahead and then they take their best guess as to what the flu is going to look like in the coming season and it's kind of like longterm weather prediction you know it's hard to say what the weather's gonna be in january uh if you predicting it in march of the previous year right but that actually may only be part of the abdel because uh they found that their predictions were pretty good when it came to last year's strain that the one that they put into the vaccine uh was actually pretty close to the flu that arrived during those winter months so what's the problem what's the.

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"flu vaccine" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

03:04 min | 3 years ago

"flu vaccine" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"That uh let's investigate why the flu vaccine work so badly a really doesn't work very well this actually is uh discouraging too many people who take the flu vaccine beds still come down with flu anyway yeah i'd pretty often i mean i hear this all the time it by practice people dutifully lineup for the flu shot but let's get a flu anyway sometimes i think that the flu vaccine caused the flu but that's not likely it just wasn't effective and in fact uh for the 2016 seventeen flu season the last one of the vaccine was only 43 percent affective against the predominant influence a h three n two strain and that's better than some previous years the has been a as lower worse in other years so what's going on with that i mean are they missing the boat originally the theory was that when they planned the vaccine they got a plan way ahead and then they take their best yes as to what the flu is going to look like in the coming season and it's kinda like longterm weather prediction you know it's hard to say what the weather is going to be in january uh if you predicting it in march of the previous year uh but that actually may only be part of the problem because uh they found that their predictions were pretty good when it came to last year straight that the one that they put into the vaccine uh was actually pretty close to the flu that arrive during those winter months so what's the problem what's the hege why is there a disconnect between uh the vaccine at protection and they may have failed the lake because it turns out that the way they produce vaccines is kinda low tech one of the biggest consumers of eggs in this country is not people but the vaccine industry there is an automated process by which they inject flu it two eggs and then the eggs incubate the antibodies that are necessary four protection in the flu shot and this is a processed it's been going on up practically since the beginning of vaccine technology uh which really took off with polio vaccine in the 1950s so this is so that you know technology that's you'll sixty seventy years old and we're still using it that millions and millions and millions of eggs get used this way every year so what they have discovered.

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"flu vaccine" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

KMET 1490-AM

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"flu vaccine" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

"The sprig thousand 2017 the nasal spray live attenuated seen it was intended for children actually didn't match very well at all and physician gdp rising even the kids to get the shot the whole point was we try to reach out beyond kids and don't give them a shot that hurts don't scare them so there was this version of the flu vaccine liquid that baghdad the knows and that is how we all get the flu way we inhale that virus and respiratory secretions when somebody else in the vicinity how the flu it's a very potent knit your tent y you get the body aches everybody most everybody knows the flu when they got it deny hot uh she a key costs of running knows headache fever so it's not too early to get the flu shot one way or the other make sure you get that flu vaccine in particular if your young if you are elderly and speaking of the elderly the elderly have the option to what is called the high dose flu shot just a more nasion of the flu vaccine i think it's about six times more potent and the idea there is not even the idea the proof cher uh uh uh aas antibody responses or the tighter seen through the flu vaccine the older people get their immune system is not quite as active and not quite as energetic about generating more antibodies to things that it sees these studies have shown that if this igf o'neill folks a high near los or potency of the flu vaccine they will get a better response they are more expensive and may not be egged available as the regular flu shot in fact call ahead to your provider's office wherever you intend to get.

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"flu vaccine" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"flu vaccine" Discussed on WDRC

"Welcome back to tell his are toronto hoffman here and we're taking calls but sought to peggy new jersey on another hick a neck stomach and i wonder if um i know you can about the effect of x if i get it um if i could have pushed boy well i can any adverse side effects because when taking next fan uh there should be no i mean nothing forseeable fled kill next could make worse but how old are you okay your 67 so you know officially they want you to come where they want everybody get a flu shut these days but of especially in the quote senior population they want you to get a flu shot and uh this year their teen up a new flu vaccine which is the uh the high dose flu vaccine for seniors and why high dose well in the past the flu vaccine hasn't worked for precisely the population that's supposed to work for because of a young healthy strap inidividual gets the flu generally at so in a week of misery but um you know they're not going to have serious medical complications but the folks rolled her their immune systems aren't so good maybe they of other could conditions like diabetes uh or they've got um uh susceptibility to ammonia uh juergen experience some potentially lifethreatening problems if they get if they get to the flu so the problem is that the flu shot works best in healthy individuals paradoxically very individuals who we don't take may need the flu shot as much except for the inconvenience of having with lou uh so the amped up the flu shot four seniors this year and they say spurs promising that it actually uh is going to work and that's what they've been saying for decades his at take the flu shut because this year it's better and that remains to be seen because will only know after a this year's flu season and you know march or april uh that you know weather was several are not in the very population supposed to protect the concern to is that it's a new vat seen and.

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"flu vaccine" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"flu vaccine" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"As a result you guys are healthy so you guys get the flu you're out for a few days as as gross sinn horrible in an nasty as it feels for i don't know 48 72 hours you come back better never right now a little lighter and is just two towns yeah so i always spin it it's a winwin you wouldn't want to do the show without shannon's for view days i wouldn't want to i don't know i don't know man i wanted to show without me here for a few days thing i would heed to do is show because i would know i mean without her because i know that she's in home rousing right it's different if she's like in oh i dunno costa rica and i have to do show for a eweek while she's traipse around volcanoes and pet now a gators isn't zip lines and stuff like that that's one thing i was fun but if she's the guts out i feel horrible feel dizzy your arms a little sore still rent yeah but it just again it's not because there's like flew guru in my arm this because there was a needle in their 48 hours ago so that would hurt anybody um they they do say listen there are there are some some clear statements about the flu vaccine that everybody can remember and can repeat any time they get into these arguments you cannot get thus lou from the flu shot the flu can kill people even healthy adults i mean it's statistically miniscule but yes it does take a few weeks for the flu vaccine to in so even if you do get sick say today and you've got the flu shot on tuesday it's just a coincidence and even if you do get the flu the vaccine that you god could help fend off light lifethreatening complications so they suggest obviously well for someone your age totally makes sense and i was a little bit funny you wanted to laugh a little va if that was the case than you would have gotten the flu shot to help protect me oh you think about that how cold and heartless soulless you are you saying at the flu shot you're right.

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"flu vaccine" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"flu vaccine" Discussed on WJR 760

"And say you know what i get a flu shot it can give me the flu i uh tell them that that's not correct be flu vaccine is a is a get vaccines and chineseenglish instead of medical jargon good it's it's inactivated it's not live virus you cannot get the flu from the huaxi having said that we over all the years that we've been talking about this dr carol lauder they've eliminated maybe last year the nasal flew injection or whatever it's called because in fact those correct me if i'm wrong did put into your body the actual flu that is it's correct it did put a of mild form of the flu through into your nose and then uh and that was great because a lot of kids in my shots in certain other people but unfortunately when the studies were done uh it showed that it wasn't as effective as the shot and so the uh uh advisory committee an immunisation practices which is the official organization that advisers the fda for the last two years has recommended that that vaccine that be used until late hikes what's wrong with it they didn't take it on of the eu's because it caused mile lou they took it off because it wasn't working could but when they try to figure out what is it may be do i want to say six seven months ago okay what but when there were two hundred strains of flu and we've mentioned this before out there somewhere and and a half years ago scientists i dunno chemists get together and say okay which one of these two hundred stretch rains are going to make an impact on americans on those who live or can play in michigan and they'll try to pick two or three maybe four of those strains and then incorporate them in the shot and injected into you yes what what happens is uh it's a little bit of a guessing game very very scientific rebate and at that the flu migrate in a fairly standard pattern around the globe so the flu viruses that are most likely give the.

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"flu vaccine" Discussed on Money Radio 1200AM

Money Radio 1200AM

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"flu vaccine" Discussed on Money Radio 1200AM

"The womb have your flu vaccine she said though she said while you have the scientists say you won't take it now is getting this is getting crazy dad's side of documents now the fact that the batter is the flu vaccine accord every by i've talked with it got two versions rod for under sixty one for over sixty and it's hits very specific types they had more where they have the swine flu epidemic more people were injured from the flu vaccines and from the flu this is ridiculous well we certainly their lots concerned about tax aimed at i haven't had a vaccine for ten years now i don't intend to ever to get one or have any of my family members get one now we need to take clues seriously is dangerous in oscar i use that ever having twice the amount of clue this year compared to last year we're already seemed suitcases in main here in the us so tuesday around you do need to pay attention but dear healthier approaches rubbing using flu vaccine so often i see you that what we do have patients who received clue vaccine they often get flu symptoms within a week or two weeks in those end up having more flu symptoms that arab patients who don't get a flu vaccine the things we this is a good precautions wash your ads dopey around people who are coffee and sneeze if you have to wear masks where amassed there are different for carlson's it's you can say it could say away from flew to help yourself to knock habits buses the the about that i've noticed about flew is that these doggone organisms they can they can change then they can become different almost overnight they're very quickly mutate delta yeah you know they have a quadrupling vaccine meaning to trying to cover four different train shows this year but uh but what i find is with the natural approaches regardless twit training they tend to be helpful and support for example vitamin d with taipei food research showed fifty percent reduction in the instance of flu and children that were receiving vitamin to you take vitamin d routinely take vitamin c they're certain vitamins the we needs especially in the.

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