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Pike County Health Department Now Offers Flu Shots & Mist During Walk-In Hours

The Pike County Health Department is urging residents to protect themselves, as well as others this flu season by being proactive and getting vaccinated.

Research has proven that the single best way to prevent the flu is through receiving a flu vaccine every year. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention now recommends that everyone 6 months of age and older receive an annual influenza (flu) vaccination. Due to this need the Pike County Health Department strongly urges residents to take advantage of receiving this vaccination and will now be offering the vaccinations during office walk-in hours (Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 8a-12p & 1-4p.)

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Opportunity for Flu Vaccines at Your Place of Business

Flu Vaccinces at Work

Businesses contact Rhonda Stumbaugh to set up a time for her to come to your place of business to give staff their flu vaccine.

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Breastfeeding Newsletter - "Breastfeeding: MYTH vs. FACT "

Moms get a wide assortment of parenting advice. Sometimes it’s difficult to sort through all of the information that is out there. Although most advice is well-meaning, it is sometimes not based on fact. There are many myths about breastfeeding. It is important for moms to make an educated decision when it comes to how they feed their baby. So let’s explore the facts concerning some common breastfeeding myths.

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