Flu Shot During Pregnancy Is Good For Baby: Study

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Very young babies are the children most likely to be hospitalized for flu, making it particularly important for their mothers to get immunized while pregnant. And now new research shows that babies born to moms who were vaccinated during pregnancy were up to 48 percent less likely to be hospitalized for influenza.

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