November 21st 2022
Tell your patients to get their annual flu vaccines for best protection against illness.
October 24th 2022
CDC, other experts are tracking increases in respiratory syncytial virus cases in infants.
February 1st 2022
A new poll suggests that misconceptions about the flu vaccine are at a three-year high, despite the fact that more patients seem to be receiving the vaccine. Find out what physicians can do to clear the air.
Fewer than half of American adults receive vaccinations for influenza and pneumonia.
December 6th 2021
National Influenza Vaccination Week is Dec. 5-11
Flurona: The facts doctors need to know
Here’s what doctor’s need to know.
Quiz: Do you know how to keep patients safe from COVID while giving flu shots?
Test your knowledge of vaccination best practices by taking our quiz.
Flu shots during COVID-19: A 5 questions quiz for physicians
How would you handle these five COVID-19 and flu situations?
Growing number of flu cases seen among young adults
A recent uptick in cases could signal the official start to flu season.
Is it COVID-19 or flu? A quick quiz for physicians
There are several similarities and differences between COVID-19 and flu. Do you know what they are?
Are patients worried about the flu in 2021?
A new survey from the National Foundation for Infectious Diseases reveals Americans’ differing attitudes towards the diseases.
Flu and COVID-19 vaccine attitudes vary by age
A mid-October poll of older Americans found major differences in vaccine attitudes between different groups.
Preparing your practice for an efficient flu season
How medical practices can create effective vaccination programs for the months ahead
How to set up a drive-thru flu shot clinic at your practice
A step by step guide to making it a reality.
ACP encourages Americans to get vaccinated against preventable diseases – not just COVID-19
An expected rise in COVID-19 cases in combination with other preventable diseases could overwhelm the healthcare system.
Your patients may soon be asking, “Do I have the flu or COVID-19?”
With COVID-19 cases resurging and the flu season fast approaching, we may see new concerns pop up, most especially with unvaccinated populations.
Flu vaccination could lessen impact of COVID-19 effects
Influenza vaccines may protect against some of the worst effects of COVID-19, a new study suggests.
Survey shows generational vaccine attitudes
With the holidays upon us, concern continue to increase about the combination of influenza and COVID-19.
NIH Updates Testing, Treatment Guidelines During Co-circulation of Influenza and COVID-19
The new guideline section stresses that testing is the only way to accurately discriminate between the 2 viruses and advises on influenza vaccination and treatment.
ACP urges influenza vaccination
As National Influenza Vaccination Week approaches, it’s time for all adults to get a flu shot.
Webinar: When COVID-19 and the flu meet
A trio of experts will discuss how to battle dual epidemics.
Flu season 2020: Physicians urge patients to get vaccinated
The ACP says that staying up to date on vaccinations is more important than ever.
FDA authorizes COVID-19 combination diagnostic for flu season
This is the third test approved for the detection and differentiation of the viruses that cause COVID-19 and the flu.
Combat flu season with telehealth
How to keep your patients and your staff healthy
Survey: Majority of Americans worry about catching the flu
Influenza hospitalizes nearly 1 million individuals each year and kills over 80,000. It's no surprise that most Americans worry about catching it.
Influenza B leading the charge in 2020 flu season
Public health officials are hopeful a record number of flu vaccines can help stave off epidemic levels.
Researchers look to antibodies to improve flu vaccines
Antibodies that were previously overlooked may hold the key to a better flu vaccine.
Can a keto diet help fight the flu?
New research shows that a ketogenic diet may help activate new immune responses that can help fight influenza A.
Developing a better flu vaccine: Georgia researchers secure $130 million research grant
University of Georgia researchers secured a multi-million grant to create a better flu vaccine.
Language and cultural difference a barrier to flu shot compliance in minority populations
Spanish-speaking patients who refuse vaccines aren’t always getting the right message, according to a new report.
Can presidential promotion boost flu vaccination rates?
President Donald Trump offered his support for flu vaccines and promised to promote additional research on seasonal flu, but will it help?
Flu season 2019: How bad will it be?
Experts say it’s too early to predict the severity of the flu season, or how effective the vaccine will be
Flu vaccination has extended benefits for older patients
The flu vaccine can help protect against more than just the flu. A new study reveals extended benefits, especially for the elderly.
FDA approves flu vaccine for use on patients over 65
Fluzone High-Dose Quadrivalent has been approved for use in patients over 65 to help prevent A and B strains of influenza.
Flu season 2019: AMA says time for physicians to promote flu shots
Everyone over the age of six months and especially pregnant women are urged to get flu shots
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