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Flu Vaccination and Care

Learn why you should get a flu vaccination every year, and what to do if you think you have the flu.

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A Flu Vaccine Protects Mom, Fetus, and Infant
A Flu Vaccine Protects Mom, Fetus, and Infant

If you’re pregnant or plan to be, it’s important to get a flu vaccine every fall. According to Duke perinatologist Geeta Swamy, MD, the annual immunization off ...

Flu Season During the COVID Pandemic: Why You Need a Flu Vaccine
Flu Season During the COVID Pandemic: Why You Need a Flu Vaccine

Ver en español With flu season starting in October, it’s important to get a flu vaccination for protection while COVID-19 continues to spread. Your body typ ...

Think You Have the Flu? Try Virtual Urgent Care
Think You Have the Flu? Try Virtual Urgent Care

It’s winter and you’re tired, coughing, and have a low fever. What do you do next? As the country settles into another flu season, it’s important to familiariz ...

Answers to Common Questions About the Flu Vaccine
Answers to Common Questions About the Flu Vaccine

Many questions surround the flu vaccine, including why it's needed every year. Here, Cameron Wolfe, MD, a Duke Health infectious diseases specialist, explains ...

How to Fight the Flu
How to Fight the Flu

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), flu activity most commonly peaks in the U.S. between December and February. Do you know how ...