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The flu shot is your best protection against the influenza virus and the complications it can cause. Real people share their flu shot plans, what they know about the vaccine, and more.
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Flu rates during the past two seasons have been low because of COVID-19 precautions. But this flu season, many of those protections are gone. Purvi S. Parikh, MD, of NYU Langone Health explains the risk.
While it is rare, it is possible and the term has been dubbed “flurona.” Purvi S. Parikh, MD, of NYU Langone Health explains the risk and how to protect yourself.
It’s perfectly safe and medically acceptable to get a flu shot and a COVID-19 booster at the same time, says Purvi S. Parikh, MD, of NYU Langone Health. One day we might even see the two vaccines combined.
For most people, a single flu shot per season is ample, but some immunocompromised individuals such as cancer patients undergoing treatment may need more. Purvi S. Parikh, MD, of NYU Langone Health explains.
We’re closer than ever to a vaccine that can protect against all flu strains every year: The National Institutes of Health just announced the start of phase one studies. Purvi S. Parikh, MD, of NYU Langone Health weighs in.
Especially if you've been vaccinated, the symptoms of a cold, the flu, and COVID-19 can be very similar. So if you’re sick, be sure to isolate and get tested, says Purvi S. Parikh, MD, of NYU Langone Health.