Flu Vaccine Facts and Myths

MYTH “The flu isn’t a serious disease.” FACTS Influenza (flu) is a serious disease of the nose, throat, and lungs, and it can lead to pneumonia. Each year about 200,000 people in the U.S. are hospitalized and about 36,000 people die because of the flu. Most who die are 65 years and older. But small children less than 2 years old are as likely as those over 65 to have to go to the hospital because of the flu.

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Learning About Cataracts

People often have questions about what really defines a cataract. Refer to the drawing and following information to assist you in learning more about cataracts. Hopefully the following information will answer those questions and encourage the promotion of healthy vision and eye care.

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