Find out what you need to know this season about the flu and available vaccinations.
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All About Flu Shots Dr. Travis Stork: -- swine flue scare. Everyone is asking, should I get a flu shot this September, and if you're at risk, yes. Let’s talk briefly, different flu shot right? Dr. Drew Ordon: One is influenza and this is a different virus altogether, the swine flue virus. Dr. Lisa Masterson: And I have my pregnant woman asking about this because all pregnant women should get the flu shot when they're pregnant during the season of the flu. Dr. Jim Sears: And all kids should get the flu shot. Dr. Travis Stork: So assuming we have a safe swine flu vaccine this fall. If you want to get vaccinated against the flu, you need to get a swine flu shot and an influenza vaccine shot. They’re two different shots, if you want to be vaccinated, you need both.

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