While childhood immunization rates are high and the awareness about it is nearly universal, most adults don’t even realize they need to get vaccines. Adults often don’t get vaccines because they don’t think they need them, they are worried about how they are going to pay for them or they typically haven’t been encouraged to get them. But they need to — influenza, pneumococcus, Hepatitis B, Tetanus, shingles, whooping cough (pertussis), and head, neck and genital cancers are all adult diseases that can be prevented by vaccines
nﬂuenza is a common viral infection that primarily attacks the respiratory system. Though rare, it can become deadly in people with low immunity or those suffering from chronic diseases by causing pneumonia and respiratory failure. Here are 8 things you need to know about Inﬂuenza & the vaccine.
The COVID 19 is here to stay unless a vaccine is out. In the current scenario, immunity checks are going to play a major role in our battle against the virus. In the current pandemic scenario, a healthy lifestyle – not smoking, drinking little or no alcohol, sleeping well, eating a balanced diet, regular exercising and reducing stress are some of the most important strategies to boost our immune systems to be in the best shape possible to tackle the infection.