Worrying about your children this fall will be commonplace, since flu season is almost upon us right in the middle of a pandemic. Stay informed about COVID-19 vs flu symptoms in children, and it will help you to identify what to do and when to be concerned. … Continue reading
Call now to schedule an appointment during one of our upcoming flu clinics:
Saturday, October 31, 2020 from 9:00am-11:30am at our Bushnell’s Basin office in Pittsford
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This year in particular, parents should be vigilant about finding out when their kids should get the flu shot and how many shots they may need. Certain children will need two shots for total protection. Read on to find out when should kids get the flu vaccine and at what age. … Continue reading
FLU SHOTS ARE NOW AVAILABLE… CALL TO SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT DURING OUR UPCOMING FLU CLINIC.
The Elmwood Pediatric Group is once again recommending that all children aged 6 months and older receive their influenza vaccine.
Please call to schedule an appointment during our upcoming Saturday Flu Clinic:
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Children pick up every bug out there from time spent at school, daycare, and just hanging out with their friends. Parents need to be extra diligent during the winter when all manner of colds and the flu are running rampant. This season in particular has already noted a high volume of flu and RSV cases. … Continue reading
After a few days or weeks, new moms can begin to crave a break from the long winter days and nights spent inside with their new baby. Before you run outside for a short walk or trip to the grocery store, … Continue reading
Flu season is getting closer. To try to avoid a high fever, severe aches and a nasty cough, get a flu shot! Since the flu virus is always evolving, scientists update the flu vaccine every year.
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This fall we will again recommend that all patients be vaccinated against influenza by receiving the influenza vaccine. Unfortunately, data has shown that the Flumist (nasal flu vaccine) is not effective and therefore the CDC and the AAP recommended that all patients receive flu shots. … Continue reading