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There’s no denying that the 2009-10 flu season will not be “normal.” But with a thoughtful, measured response the threat from seasonal flu and the H1N1 flu can be minimized.
This year, public health officials are recommending that individuals get vaccinated for both the “seasonal” flu and for the H1N1 flu. The seasonal flu vaccine is offered each year in anticipation of the common strains which will be most prevalent in a given flu season. This requires one vaccine, in either an injectable form or as a nasal mist.
If you’ve ever considered body contouring through plastic surgery, attend this informational seminar by Jeffrey Kyllo, M.D., Plastic Surgeon. Whether you’re interested in improving a particular feature or contouring following dramatic weight loss, Dr.
Heather Kipa, D.O., has joined The Polyclinic Obstetrics & Gynecology. Her practice encompasses all areas of obstetric and gynecological health, and she has a particular interest in standard and high risk pregnancies, preventative health care, contraception counseling, management of abnormal PAP tests, menstrual cycle irregularities and menopausal problems.
SEATTLE, Wash. – Whether your kids are heading back to grade school, high school or college, they’ll be facing a slew of health risks – many of which can be minimized with a little planning and prevention. Physicians at The Polyclinic in Seattle recommend some simple steps to keeping kids healthy and safe: