New evidence out for the flu vaccine in children, especially infants and toddlers
By Red Wine & Apple Sauce on April 21, 2014
It’s been well established that the flu vaccine is one of our least effective vaccines, if not the least effective. As I’ve noted before, that low level of effectiveness is not a reason to skip getting the vaccine since some protection is better than none, and some seasons the flu vaccine’s protection is upwards of 70% effective. New evidence finds the flu vaccine to be an average 86% effective for children aged 6 months to 2 years old. . . .
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