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Take Action: Protect Yourself

Posted by St. John's Cathedral on 10/30/19

Take Action: Protect Yourself

Protect yourself and others from the flu.

Getting a flu vaccine is the first and most important step in protecting yourself from the flu.

Here are some other things you can do to help protect yourself and others from the flu: Stay away from people ... Read More »

Take Action: Get a Flu Vaccine

Posted by St. John's Cathedral on 10/30/19

Take Action: Get a Flu Vaccine

Flu vaccines are offered in many locations. You can get a flu vaccine at a doctor’s office, health clinic, pharmacy, or your local health department. Your employer may also offer flu vaccines.

Find out where to get a flu vaccine near you.

Use ... Read More »

The Basics: Flu Medicine

Posted by St. John's Cathedral on 10/30/19

The Basics: Flu Medicine

Is there medicine that can treat the flu? Yes. If you get sick with the flu, your doctor may prescribe medicines called antiviral drugs. Antiviral drugs can help you feel less sick and shorten the time that you’re sick. They can also help prevent serious ... Read More »

The Basics: Am I at Risk?

Posted by St. John's Cathedral on 10/30/19

The Basics: Am I at Risk?

Am I at high risk for serious complications from the flu? For some people, the flu is more likely to cause serious illness that can lead to hospitalization or even death.

People at high risk for serious flu complications include: Children under age ... Read More »

The Basics: Flu Vaccines

Posted by St. John's Cathedral on 10/30/19

The Basics: Flu Vaccines

How is the flu vaccine given?

You can get the flu vaccine as a shot or as a nasal spray.

The best way to protect yourself and others around you is to get a flu vaccine every year.

Are there any side effects from seasonal ... Read More »

The Basics: Flu Symptoms

Posted by St. John's Cathedral on 10/30/19

The Basics: Flu Symptoms

What is the flu?

The flu is caused by certain viruses that infect your nose, throat, and lungs. It spreads from person to person when someone with the flu coughs, sneezes, or talks. It's also possible to get the flu by touching a surface or object that ... Read More »

Flu Info Basics

Posted by St. John's Cathedral on 10/29/19

The Basics: Overview

Everyone age 6 months and older needs to get a flu vaccine every year. Seasonal flu vaccines are the best way to protect yourself and others from the flu.

For many people, the seasonal flu is a mild illness. But sometimes, the flu can be serious ... Read More »

Heatstroke

Posted by St. John's Cathedral on 3/20/19

Heatstroke Safety Tips

   

Swimming Safety

Posted by St. John's Cathedral on 3/20/19

Swimming Safety Tips

Skin Cancer Prevention

Posted by St. John's Cathedral on 3/20/19

Protect Your Family from Skin Cancer

Protect All the Skin You're In

Skin Cancer Prevention Handbook

Sun & Skin News (Skin Cancer Foundation)