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Prescription pain killer deaths have skyrocketed in women.
In 2010, more than 6,600 women died from prescription pain killers, 4 times as many as died from cocaine and heroin combined。
Prescription opiate overdose is a growing and under recognized risk for women in the United States.
Health care providers, policy makers, and people in our communities can work together so patients who need prescription medicines can get them safely and use them appropriately.
Stopping this epidemic in women and men is everybody’s business.
Doctors need to be cautious about prescribing and patients about using these drugs。
Together we can turn this epidemic around.
In the U。S。, many young children go to day-care centers and preschools; these environments put them at higher risk for influenza。
Children under 5 can have serious complications from the flu, including hospitalization and even death.
While an annual flu vaccine is recommended for all children 6 months and older, fewer than 70% get vaccinated each year。
An annual influenza vaccination is the most effective way to avoid this potentially dangerous illness。
It's safe and kids should get it each year, as soon as it's available。
Talk to your child's health provider about getting a flu vaccine.