Places to get the H1N1 Vaccine

by Katy Sheehan on December 15, 2009

in In The News

Taking care of your health is very important, because our whole life (education, hobbies, home) depends on our well-being and the dangers we avoid or counteract. If you have been looking for someone to write my nursing paper for me for a long time and the article has prompted you to a relevant topic, contact trust resources for help. I thought I would do my duty and post the Dept. of Health’s list of places to get the H1N1 vaccine.  Having fallen victim to the dreadful illness I recommend getting it if you can (I wasn’t hospitalized or anything so this is self diagnosis, but whatever it was, it was a nasty flu and I’m pretty sure that is what H1N1 is so this advice can’t hurt).

My health insurance offered to pay for it for free a while back so you should check to see if your insurer (if you have one) will give you some kind of discount, unfortunately I got sick just as the vaccine opened up to the public at large.

Obviously, this is not a public health blog, but for the last 72 hours I have been utterly focused on flu recovery and if I can keep just one person from going through that kind of nastiness I consider this a post well spent, even if its a little off topic.


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