Study: Giving flu vaccine to pregnant women also protects baby

09/18/2008 | Reuters

Pregnant women who get the flu vaccine a month or more before they give birth can protect their babies from influenza for the first six months of life, a new study finds. Research data on pregnant women in Bangladesh show flu shots cut the risk of influenza by 63% and the likelihood of respiratory illness overall by 29%.

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