Thursday, 20 September 2007

Ample supply of flu vaccine, says CDC

Filed under:

We're not quire there yet, but when flu season approaches in a few months, will you be out of luck trying to find a vaccination? According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) in Atlanta, there should be plenty of flu vaccines to go around this fall.

The estimate stands at 132 million doses ready to go, and the CDC suggests anyone not wanting to spend a week in bed to get a shot this fall, not just those with higher risks. It's been years and years since I had the flu, but no shot this year for me.

Why? Well, keeping immune systems in tip-top shape through wholesome nutrition and natural methods is the path I generally go down. It's not easy, but the side effect is excellent health, which I can handle. There's nothing wrong with vaccinations though, so if you're a habitual flu catcher, rest easy this fall.

No comments: