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Facts about the Flu Shot
Medical Daily—There have been a couple of changes to flu vaccine guidelines for 2016-2017. The flu nasal spray is not recommended this year due to concerns about its effectiveness. Here's what you need to know.
NPR—Since the 1960s, people in the U.S. have been living longer and healthier, largely to a decrease in heart disease. But in recent years, these improvements have declined substantially, causing scientists to wonder if the trend of longer/healthier lives is over.
ScienceDaily—Prostate cancer usually is slow growing, but some tumors can be aggressive and fatal. According to a new study, more than one biopsy sample should be tested--or a potentially deadly tumor may be missed.
Health After 50—Pneumonia treatment depends on the cause of the illness. Because of practical difficulties in obtaining adequate phlegm samples and the delays in getting back the results, antibiotic treatment is often started immediately, based on the physician's suspicions of the most likely cause.
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