Effectiveness of influenza vaccination for healthy adults
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Keywords

influenza
vaccine
adults
complications

How to Cite

Bezsheiko, V. (2018). Effectiveness of influenza vaccination for healthy adults. Health Sciences: An OJS Theme Demo, 1(3). Retrieved from https://demo.publicknowledgeproject.org/ojs3/demo/index.php/health-sciences/article/view/722

Abstract

Vaccines for a long time have been used to prevent influenza. They are often recommended for healthy adults before an influenza season, despite the low risk of complications due to this infection in them. The article reviews the rationale for such recommendations.

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