Doctors should help pregnant women get flu shots, medical groups say

09/15/2010 | Google

The CDC, American Medical Association and several other medical societies sent a letter urging health care providers to explain the importance of flu shots to their pregnant patients and help them get vaccinated. Pregnant women should get a flu shot and not FluMist, the nasal-spray vaccine; new moms, including those who are breast-feeding, can choose either the spray or the shot.

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