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Influenza also known as the flu is a serious respiratory illness that is easily spread from person to person. We are all at risk for getting and spreading the flu. If you have asthma or other lung diseases, you are at higher risk of developing complications from the flu. Health officials recommend that everyone 6 months of age and older receive an influenza vaccination each and every year. We encourage you to speak with your healthcare provider to learn more about influenza and annual vaccination.
To learn more about influenza please visit American Lung Association.
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Patients have options when choosing medical facilities for receiving care. In the past, general hospitals dominated the healthcare industry, but today the choices have diversified. Patients can now choose to seek care at specialty hospitals,…
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