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New Survey: Most women believe they are not up-to-date on vaccinations

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A new national survey from Rite Aid (NYSE: RAD) and National Foundation for Infectious Diseases (NFID) shows that the majority of adult women living in the United States do not believe they are up to date on vaccinations to protect against many preventable diseases. Seventy percent of survey participants reported receiving at least one vaccination in the last five years to prevent disease—most often citing the flu and tetanus vaccines. When asked about a range Read More >

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Flu Week: It’s Not Too Late to Vaccinate

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This week is National Influenza Vaccination Week, established by the CDC to encourage people to get vaccinated as we enter the holiday season. In the past few years, estimates have shown that flu vaccination activity drops quickly after November. If you haven’t gotten your flu shot this year, it’s not too late. Flu season typically peaks in January or February, and vaccination remains beneficial as long as long as the viruses are spreading and causing Read More >

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