By Lauren Molloy and Nick MolloyleSource Wired article The flu and the flu shot.
The flu shot and the vaccine.
The two things that keep people alive.
All of this and more are part of a big, exciting conversation that is already having an effect on people’s health.
But it is not the only thing that is changing.
The number of people who are getting flu shots has doubled in the past year, and now a third of the population are getting them, according to the CDC.
A lot of people don’t even know they are getting a flu shot, because they don’t know they can get it.
And some people, especially older adults, are still not getting vaccinated.
But there are some things that people need to know to make sure they are protected.
First, if you are not getting a shot, it is okay.
The CDC does not recommend getting a vaccine at all, because there is no evidence that it will stop you getting the flu.
But the number of flu shots for older adults is up nearly 400 percent since the beginning of this year, according the CDC, and the vaccination rate for older Americans is up about 50 percent since 2014.
So if you don’t have a flu jab, there are things you can do to help prevent getting the infection.
First, make sure you are vaccinated.
The CDC recommends getting your flu shot before the flu season starts and during the flu seasons it is very easy to miss.
If you do not have a jab, get a shot by the time you get older and don’t miss the shot.
Second, you should be able to tell if you have the flu when you feel a fever or other symptoms.
The National Institutes of Health says that the best way to do this is to go to the doctor.
Third, if someone is feeling a fever, get an injection of anti-fluoride.
There is no flu vaccine that contains an anti-fever drug.
You can get the flu vaccine if you need it.
Fourth, make it a habit to keep up on the latest news.
If you are in a new city, talk to your doctor about what to do if you feel unwell.
If you have a family member who has had a fever in the last 24 hours, you may want to call your doctor for help.
Fifth, avoid being at home if you cannot take a shower.
You may be contagious if you get a cold, so it is important to wash up and change into comfortable clothes before going outside.
Sixth, stay hydrated.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends getting at least 2 liters of fluid a day, which is roughly 1 liter of water.