Even if you are scraping by during these tough economic times without health insurance or by being underinsured, we want to make to make you aware of a great resource for your children.
Vaccines are on the most effective and cost-effective ways of keeping your children healthy, and the federal Vaccines for Children Program makes . . . → Read More: The Vaccines For Children Program: Are Your Children Eligible For Free Vaccines?
Flu season’s here! We hope if you’ve already gotten your flu vaccine, but if not, it’s time to get cracking.
But we know that at $30 a pop at your local CVS or Walgreens, it’s not exactly cheap to get a family of four ready for flu season. Here are some free or low-cost . . . → Read More: Flu Season: Where to Find Free/Low-Cost Flu Shots Near You
We wanted to follow-up our earlier posts about the resurgence in pertussis (whooping cough) with a reminder that children aren’t the only ones who need to vaccinate against childhood diseases. It is extremely important for everyone’s health that adults, and especially parents and parents-to-be, to get their vaccines as well.
Children under the age of . . . → Read More: Reminder: Kids Aren’t the Only Ones Who Need To Vaccinate!
Whooping cough cases are up again! According to state officials, it may be the worst year for whooping cough in almost half a century so we just wanted to remind everyone about whooping cough vaccines.
This is a good time to make sure your child is up-to-date on vaccination against whooping cough, or pertussis. . . . → Read More: Whooping Cough Cases Up! Have You Been Vaccinated?
Have you gotten a flu shot this year? Tell us about it in our discussion forum!
Don’t forget! Getting your vaccines are an important way to keep you healthy all year and long which helps you keep your healthcare costs down!
Have you had your flu vaccine this year? Tell us about it in our discussion forum!
Flu season is underway and it’s already a bad one. If you live in the Mobile County area and haven’t had your flu shot this year, the Mobile County Health Department will hold a flu immunization clinic on Friday from 8 a.m. until 2 p.m.
The flu shots are only $15 each, and will be . . . → Read More: $15 Flu Shot Clinic in Mobile County on Friday, January 11th
The Springfield Flu Immunization Coalition will offer adult seasonal flu shot clinics beginning this month. These vaccinations offer protection against seasonal flu and include protection against the H1N1 virus. Vaccinations will be available at no cost for adult residents without health insurance.
Residents without insurance who are unable to pay for a flu shot are . . . → Read More: Free Flu Clinics in Springfield, Mo. Start Oct. 21st
A Friday afternoon message from Sid the Science Kid:
Have your kids gone back to school? Tell us about it in our discussion forum!
Don’t look now, but it’s already August, and Back to School is around the corner. Have your kids been vaccinated for their return to school? Before your kids get exposed to a whole new round of potential diseases, don’t forget to make sure all their vaccines are up to date.
Fortunately, many hospitals, churches . . . → Read More: Mobile Vaccination Clinics: Free and Low-Cost Vaccinations for Children