The ingredients in the flu vaccine vary by brand, but most contain at least three influenza viruses — usually two type A and one type B, according to the National Vaccine Information Center. Injectable vaccines that come... More »

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The ingredients typically found in flu vaccines include antigens, stabilizers, adjuvants and preservatives, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Additional ingredients include residual antibiotics... More »

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Ingredients in flu vaccinations vary because there are 16 different influenza vaccines that are used in the United States, explains the National Vaccine Information Center. Flu vaccinations are prepared with fluids from ... More »

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Ingredients in flu vaccinations vary because there are 16 different influenza vaccines that are used in the United States, explains the National Vaccine Information Center. Flu vaccinations are prepared with fluids from ... More »

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The effectiveness of flu vaccination programs vary widely from season to season depending on the match of the vaccine to the virus it is designated to protect against, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Pre... More »

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Patients should wait at least two weeks after surgery before getting a flu vaccination, advises Joint Implant Surgeons, Inc. The flu vaccine can cause fatigue, feelings of discomfort, and redness and pain at the site of ... More »

Flu shots provide protection for one flu season, although antibodies against the flu do not develop for about two weeks after initial vaccination, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Vaccinated... More »

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