Spanish Speaking Audiences
Un Amor Perdido (A Lost Love) [Streaming, 8 min 49 sec]
A Spanish language motion comic book based on a true story of a Hispanic couple expecting their second child. The story of Jorge and Monica is a tragic reminder of the importance of annual flu vaccination for pregnant women and their families. Share this motion comic book with your friends and loved ones to encourage them to protect themselves and the people around them from the flu.Also available for download in broadcast quality.
Hablemos de la Influenza [Streaming, 5 min 34 sec]
La emisión en formato de charla informativa presenta al doctor Eduardo Azziz-Baumgartner…
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Flu Symptoms & Warning Signs
Influenza Round Table: Warning Signs [Streaming, 1 min 15 sec]
In this podcast, Dr. Joe Bresee describes the main symptoms of seasonal flu and when it is serious enough to seek medical help.
Flu Vaccination & Prevention
Misconceptions about Flu and the Flu Vaccine [Streaming, 10 min 26 sec]
Dr. Joe Bresee addresses questions and misconceptions about the flu and the flu vaccine.
Answers to Common Questions about the Flu Vaccine [Streaming, 5 min 43 sec]
Dr. Tim Uyeki with CDC's Influenza Division answers common questions about the flu vaccine for pregnant women and children. Some information in this video regarding contraindications and precautions for receipt of the nasal spray flu vaccine (LAIV) is out of date. For updated information, see Questions and Answers on LAIV. In addition, this video does not include information on quadrivalent flu vaccines or recombinant flu vaccine.
Influenza Round Table: Take Three [Streaming, 2 min 20 sec]
Dr. Joe Bresee describes how to keep from getting seasonal flu and spreading it to others by taking these three steps.
Flu Vaccine Safety
Kids, Parents and Pregnant Women
Protect Yourself, Protect Your Baby [Streaming, 3 min 13 sec]
If you're pregnant, a flu shot is your best protection against serious illness from the flu.
Why Flu Vaccination Matters [Streaming, 3 min 28 sec]
Moving personal stories help parents and caregivers learn about the dangers of influenza to children and the benefits of vaccination.
NFL and Retired Players Association
Do Your Part in Tackling the Flu: Terrance Knighton [Streaming, 03 sec]
NFL player Terrance Knighton encourages flu vaccination to everyone 6 months and older. Do your part in tackling the Flu and get your annual Flu vaccine too!
Don't Let the Flu Sideline You: Julius Thomas [Streaming, 04 sec]
NFL player Julius Thomas encourages flu vaccination. Don't let the flu sideline you. Get your vaccination every year.
Spread the Word, Not the Flu: Julius Thomas [Streaming, 04 sec]
NFL player Julius Thomas encourages flu vaccination. Spread the word, not the Flu. Your best play? Get a Flu vaccine!
Don't Let the Flu Sack You: Julius Thomas [Streaming, 03 sec]
NFL player Julius Thomas encourages everyone to get a flu vaccine. Don't let the Flu sack you. Get your Flu vaccine!
I'm Getting My Flu Shot: Mike Haynes [Streaming, 16 sec]
Former NFL player Mike Haynes got his flu vaccine and encourages everyone to get their flu vaccines too; Eric Dickerson is challenged to get his flu vaccine.
Make Sure You Get Your Flu Shot: Jan Stenerud [Streaming, 09 sec]
Jan Stenerud wants to make sure everyone gets their flu vaccines this year.
Don't Catch The Flu [Streaming, 15 sec]
NFL player Joe Thomas of the Cleveland Browns explains why he gets vaccinated against the flu.
CDC Recommendations to Reduce the Risk of H3N2v Flu Virus Infection for Fairgoers and Swine Exhibitors [5 MB, 5 min 51 sec]
Dr. Lyn Finelli discusses CDC’s recommendations for reducing the risk of infection with H3N2v flu viruses for fairgoers and swine exhibitors.
Flu Vaccine Information for Pregnant Women and Children [Streaming, 6 min 25 sec]
Dr. Alicia Fry with CDC's Influenza Division answers questions about flu vaccines for pregnant women and children. Some information in this video regarding contraindications and precautions for receipt of the nasal spray flu vaccine (LAIV) is out of date. For updated information, see Questions and Answers on LAIV.
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