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Westminster Pediatrician Residents Love Encourages Flu Shots for the Whole Family at Indian Crest Pediatrics
Date:1/22/2013

much more comfortable now knowing we don’t have to worry about getting sick this winter,” stated Carol M., pediatrics Westminster patient

The financial savings of not having to worry about missing work with the flu, whether having it yourself or staying at home with your kids, is another huge benefit of getting your flu shot taken care of.

Getting a yearly flu shot is highly recommended for any children over the age of 6 months. The flu isn’t your basic 24-48 hour cold; it usually starts as an upper respiratory infection with an onset of symptoms that includes fever, head and body aches, cough and sinus congestion that can last up to 10 days. Influenza still kills more people per year than all other immunized diseases combined. Infants under the age of 2, adults 65 and over and pregnant women are especially at risk, so please don’t take your vaccinations lightly. Get your family immunized against the flu. Indian Crest pediatricians in Westminster are ready to help you and your family today.

Dr. Knott understands that as a Westminster pediatrician how important getting your flu shot is to preserving your peace of mind and keeping everyone in your family healthy and happy. He and the rest of the Indian Crest Westminster pediatrics staff wishes you and yours a great 2013 and reminds everyone to spread the word about getting your vaccinations before the bug spreads to you.

About Indian Crest Pediatrics

Indian Crest Pediatrics is a Westminster Pediatrics medical office run by Doctors John Barbe MD, Peter Knott MD, and Sona Shah MD. They serve Westminster, Broomfield, Arvada and the surrounding areas and see children from newborn thru age 21 years. They offer numerous pediatric services including newborn care, well baby visits, physical exams, sick visits, minor emergency care including lacerations and some fractures, ADD and ADHD visi
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