Despite 2017’s deadly flu season, over 40 percent of adults don’t plan on getting a flu shot this year
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Despite 2017’s deadly flu season, over 40 percent of adults don’t plan on getting a flu shot this year





Despite 2017’s deadly flu season, over 40 percent of adults don’t plan on getting a flu shot this year

Why Is, flu, season 2018 So, deadly?



18 different H-subtypes and 11 different N-subtypes, leaving researchers to do some guesswork when developing vaccines. Flu season never really ends. Up to 65 million American could get the flu over the next year. While it is possible that an influenza vaccine could protect you from contracting the flu, that's not its purpose.
Flu season 2018: President Trump has been dangerously silent on the In essence, flu vaccines help despite 2017’s deadly flu season, over 40 percent of adults don’t plan on getting a flu shot this year to reduce the severity of the flu should you contract. The Motley Fool has a disclosure policy. For their part, researchers are unable to concretely pinpoint why the flu spreads so voraciously during the winter months, but some have opined that kids heading back to school provides a perfect arena for quick transmission of the infectious disease.





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