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Study: Flu Vaccine Could Prevent Heart Attacki
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October 23, 2013 11:55 PM
The flu season is just beginning in the northern hemisphere and doctors are urging anyone older than six months to get immunized. A new study also suggests the vaccine may do more than ward off the flu. VOA's Carol Pearson explains.

Study: Flu Vaccine Could Prevent Heart Attack

Published October 23, 2013

The flu season is just beginning in the northern hemisphere and doctors are urging anyone older than six months to get immunized. A new study also suggests the vaccine may do more than ward off the flu. VOA's Carol Pearson explains.


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