flu shots

Medscape is a website focused on those working in healthcare. They recently ran a survey on some ethical dilemmas facing physicians.
Only about 37% of American adults bothered to get a flu shot this past flu season. That's actually a decrease from the previous season, when about 43% got one. Partially as a result, 80,000 Americans died from the flu. On the flip side, we did buy more organic food than ever before.
The latest in health news: Good news for premature births in the U.S., a fracking ban in the birthplace of fracking, and another reminder to get your flu shot!