Options for heading off an attack of influenza have increased steadily in recent years.
Vaccination - People who are at a high risk of infection with influenza (such as health care workers), or are more likely to get complications if infected, should get vaccinated against the disease every year. Each year's flu vaccine is different because it is adjusted to combat whatever virus strains are expected to be circulating that season. The vaccine is...
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