Tag: vaccine

What should I do when caring for someone with the flu?

Dr. Bruce Gellin: Influenza is a contagious disease. If you’re caring for someone who’s got influenza, or if you’re in a household with someone with influenza, you should do what… Read more »

Two flu vaccines (TIV and LAIV) | Infectious diseases | Health & Medicine | Khan Academy

So let’s say you go out to get your flu shot. One of the first things you’re going to realize is that there are two types of flu shots available…. Read more »

FLU SHOTS IN AN AIRPORT? Nurses that travel…

so Chicago they have all these like carousel no words that I’m not used to here we go go to the Apple store I’m running a little late the number… Read more »

Three types of flu | Infectious diseases | Health & Medicine | Khan Academy

Let’s talk about influenza viruses and the three different types of influenza that there are. There are actually three types, or three families, I think of them as. And we’re… Read more »

Streptococcus pneumoniae and flu vaccines | Respiratory system diseases | NCLEX-RN | Khan Academy

Voiceover: So how many of us remember the first time we were shot? I don’t mean by a gun, I mean by that. Our first shot, right, our very first… Read more »

How to prevent the flu

As a family doctor on the frontlines, Dr. Sharon Domb does this all day long. The biggest thing that I do is handwashing and that transfers over from work to… Read more »