Are you boosted against COVID-19? Do you know if you’re eligible for your second booster? We’ve pulled together the information you need to
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Joint Statement from Good Health WINs Partners, including Vaccinate Your Family and NCNW May 2022 We were deeply saddened to learn of the
The CDC has released data showing that the effectiveness of the flu vaccine this season was (unfortunately) low. Let’s look closer at what that
Over the last couple of weeks, there have been several changes to the CDC’s COVID-19 vaccine recommendations. This week, the CDC updated their
Temperatures are dropping. Do you feel like you’re more likely to get sick in the winter months? While this may be true, it isn’t directly
As COVID-19 continues, but preventive measures like masking and social distancing have relaxed, public health experts worry this flu season could be
Dr. Nneka Holder, an attending physician in the Department of Pediatrics at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital and Associate Professor at
Influenza (flu) can be serious for anyone, even healthy children and adults. Millions of people get sick with flu every year in the U.S., hundreds of
There’s been a lot of confusion lately over COVID vaccine boosters and third doses. What is the difference? Who needs them? When should they get
NOTE: A version of this content originally appeared in Vaccinate Your Family’s Immunization Alerts eNewsletter, sent out on Friday, August 13,
Even if you’re fully vaccinated, it’s likely you know someone who is not. There are a lot of reasons why people might opt out of vaccines —
Not many people know more about how to approach talking to friends and family about being vaccinated than Riki. She’s a physician liaison for
Are you concerned the COVID-19 vaccine may affect your fertility? There’s no evidence that any vaccine, including the COVID vaccine, leads to
Note: Experts are carefully looking into a probable connection between mRNA COVID vaccines and myocarditis and pericarditis, mostly in young men.
You might have heard some rumors that COVID-19 vaccines cause people to shed the virus, mRNA, or spike proteins, putting unvaccinated people at risk.