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Facebook Live Follow-Up: Flu Q&A with Jean Moorjani, MD

February 07, 2018

Flu season is here, and it is packing a big punch this year. Many more people will become sick from the flu this year than in previous years, and when they do contract the illness, it may be a severe course with an increased likelihood of complications.

With all of the information in the news about the flu, in conjunction with personal stories shared between friends and family, so much of the information we receive about our current flu season can be conflicting. To cut back on the confusion surrounding the flu, please join us for a Facebook Live Q&A session with one of our experienced pediatricians, Jean Moorjani, MD. 

We'll answer questions like the ones below, and respond to concerns from our audience. 

  • When is flu season? How long does it last?
  • Is this a busier flu season compared to previous years?
  • Is it too late to get a flu shot?
  • Who should get a flu shot? Can small infants get one?
  • What are the “normal” symptoms of flu?
  • How long does it typically take the flu to run its course?
  • What are symptoms of concern? When should parents take their kids to the doctor?
  • What are the treatment options for flu?
  • What can you do to avoid getting the flu?

Watch the video broadcast on our Facebook page.

Or, read our latest blog post on how to protect your family this flu season


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