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Fluzone Intradermal
Fluzone Intradermal is part of the Vaccinations class and treats Flu Vaccination. Vaccinations are used to prevent a number of infections, conditions, and diseases, including chickenpox, hepatitis A, hepatitis B, HPV, meningitis, pneumonia, ear infections, rabies, typhoid, rotavirus, flu, and shingles. They work to build immunity and protection in the body. Fluzone Intradermal is only available as a brand name drug. Compare vaccinations.
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Which Flu Vaccine Should I Get?

Megan N. Brown, PharmD, RPh
Megan N. Brown, PharmD, RPh -

Did you know that the flu shot is just one of many ways to get vaccinated against the flu? Here, we’ll walk you through this year’s 13 flu vaccine options so you can choose the one that best suits your body and lifestyle!

Although no prevention method will guarantee you won’t get sick, getting a flu vaccine is the best way to protect yourself and your loved ones from the nasty virus.

 

Why do I need a flu vaccine?

Because influenza (flu) viruses pass easily from person to person, they can cause many people to get sick. See More

Flumist Nasal Spray Pulled from Pharmacies

Roni Shye
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In the middle of summer, flu season may seem far off. Believe it or not though, most pharmacies will start to receive their shipments of flu vaccines beginning in August, only a couple of months from now.

This year that shipment will be missing one of its key players: Flumist nasal spray. The nasal spray option has been pulled from pharmacies, and will not be available for the 2016 – 2017 flu season. See More

8 Answers to Your Flu Shot Questions

Roni Shye
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As the end of the year gets closer, you may have already caught a cold or another bug from work or school—but you’ll want to be extra careful to protect yourself from the flu. Flu season can begin as early as October, but it tends to peak at this time of year—from December to February.
To keep yourself from getting sick, it’s best to get the flu vaccine as early as possible, but as long as the flu virus is circulating, it isn’t too late. See More

How to Save on Your Flu Shot—or Get It Free!

Roni Shye
Roni Shye -

Flu season is officially underway, and it’s time to get vaccinated if you haven’t already. You need to know where to go to get your flu shot, and—more importantly—how to make sure you don’t overpay. Did you know that flu shots can cost anywhere from $0 (yes, free) to $50 or more?

The importance of getting a flu shot can’t be overstated, especially for those who are at a higher risk like young children, pregnant women, older adults, and the immunocompromised or disabled. See More

5 Exclusive Tips for Back to School Prescriptions

Roni Shye
Roni Shye -

Get those lunches made and set the alarm clocks; school’s back in session.
Parents know that a new school year means new clothes, new books, maybe a new backpack—and perhaps a new set of prescriptions. As a pharmacist, I know the school year has started when frustrated parents show up at my store with lots of questions.
The good news is that I can help! Here are 5 helpful solutions for common back-to-school medication issues. See More

Ten Important Facts to Know for Flu Season 2014-2015

Dr. Sharon Orrange
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It’s been a quiet influenza season so far—very quiet. It’s November and Los Angeles, for example, has seen almost no flu activity. This is good but failing to prepare may mean preparing to fail so though we are inundated with info about the flu, here are 10 flu facts you may not know:

  1. During the month of October, there has been almost no flu activity in Los Angeles County (LAC) and across the country.
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Where to Get Your Flu Shot For Free

Elizabeth Davis
Elizabeth Davis -

It’s time to get your flu shot!

Fortunately, there are many places to get vaccinated and no matter how you feel about shots, it should be relatively painless for your wallet. Here are some options to help you find a convenient and low-cost flu shot.

Local Pharmacies

Pharmacists can administer the flu vaccine and advise you on which shot might work best for you. Most pharmacies accept walk-ins for flu shots so you won’t need an appointment, and most will accept insurance or Medicare. See More

It’s Almost Flu Season – Time to Get Vaccinated!

Roni Shye
Roni Shye -

Kids are back in school, the weather is cooling down—fall is here. Unfortunately, along with the great parts of the season (like pumpkin-flavored everything and football) comes everyone’s least favorite part: germs.

There is no better time than right now to protect yourself and your loved ones from this season’s flu virus. Many local pharmacies already have this year’s flu vaccinations in stock, so keep an eye out!

Isn’t it too early for a flu shot?
NO! Flu season usually peaks in the US in the colder months of December or January, but it can begin as early as October. See More

The Flu Vaccine Menu

Roni Shye
Roni Shye -

Each year the flu vaccine covers the strains of the virus that were most prevalent the previous flu season. This information is collected and released by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the institute that also sets recommendations for vaccination. Following the recent H1N1 (swine flu) outbreak, each yearly influenza vaccination now covers H1N1 as well.

Which form of the vaccine should I get?

There are several different flu shots available to choose from, based on your personal and medical needs. See More

It’s That Time of the Year Again: Flu Vaccination

Roni Shye
Roni Shye -

Flu season is around the corner. Influenza viruses cause the flu, and infection is spread through respiratory routes. Here is what you need to know in preparation.

The symptoms:
  Sudden onset (symptoms start and worsen over several hours)

  Persistent fever

  Headache

  Muscle aches

•  Fatigue, general malaise

•  Cough

  Nausea or vomiting

•  Chills, shakes, and sweating

The flu is also contagious, with adults capable of spreading the virus up to 7 days following onset of symptoms, and children for up to 10 days. See More

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