It’s flu vaccine time! See the 2020-2021 influenza vaccination recommendations. The pandemic increases risks – get your flu shot!
Infection prevention has been on many minds during this long flu season. Now that coronavirus is threatening to spread world wide, what can we do?
It’s flu vaccine season. There have been shipping delays, but vaccine is starting to show up in doctor’s offices around the country. As soon as it’s available, get your family vaccinated!
Two measles vaccines are part of the standard vaccine schedule in the US. Do you know when outbreaks change the recommendations?
Why is everyone so worked up about the measles showing up all around the country? Is it really a big deal?
A little planning and preparation can help everyone in your group stay healthy while traveling. Some preventative treatments take up to 6 months to complete, so talk to your doctor early!
Have you read all of the most popular 2018 posts from Quest for Health KC?
What’s the new with the flu vaccine season 2018-2019? Who needs the vaccine? Should you get the shot or nosespray? Which one is preferred by experts?
In my previous post I discussed the many different types of meningitis and most of the vaccines used to prevent them. Meningococcal meningitis deserves its own post because there are different strains of meningococcus and different vaccines to cover those strains. We’re familiar with the recommended vaccine schedule, but one type of meningitis vaccine falls […]
Meningitis occurs when a virus or bacteria causes inflammation of our brain or spinal cord. We use several different vaccines to prevent a few types of meningitis, but it’s all very confusing. Recent commercials have raised questions about what these vaccines are and if they’re needed. Today we’ll go over what meningitis is and what […]