Children's Flu Vaccination

By: CBS News Email
By: CBS News Email

In a St. Joseph's Healthscene report, over the past 2 flu seasons, vaccinating children 5 and younger did not reduce the number of doctor's visits or hospitalizations. The past couple seasons' vaccinations have been a bad match for the virus, but experts still emphasize parents need to get their kids vaccinated, noting that while it won't totally protect against the illness, it will help.


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