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September 2015 | Issue No. 108
The flu season is already here! Keep your family healthy by getting your flu shots as soon as they are available near you.
Remember, babies less than 6 months old are too young to get the flu shot. So, it is extremely important to surround them with a cocoon of protection against the flu – people like their parents, siblings, grandparents, friends, and child care providers all need to be vaccinated!
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Geoffrey Simon, M.D., FAAP
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Washing your hands is the best way to prevent the spread of the flu. If you have young children, teach them to rub their hands and fingers with soapy water while singing Happy Birthday to You -- twice. Once isn’t enough time to get all the germs off!
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