Houston! Are You Ready for Flu Season?

Fall is scheduled to begin on September 22. But Houston weather never cares about the schedule of the seasons. We are witness to that every year because it always feels like summer. As much as Houston doesn’t care about annual seasons, the flu season doesn’t care about your schedule.

Flu season is coming and will have its usual effect of ruining someone’s week, if not longer. The best way to combat against this season having any impact on you is by getting your flu shot.

FLU SHOTS AT HOUSTON’S MEDINET

Medinet Family Care Clinic provides Houstonians flu shots to help keep them as healthy as possible all year round. According to a report by CNBC, the flu costs the American economy about $10.4 billion every year.

At Medinet, we help make sure kids and adults are flu-free by helping them avoid the flu. No one wants to be achy and cold; and this happens despite the warm Houston weather. The flu shot is very inexpensive and apparently quite cost-effective for the local and national economy. Secondly, it keeps you and your family from having a miserable autumn or winter.

Our friendly staff and medical system makes it easy for patients to schedule a flu shot appointment. Making certain that you and your family are ready for the flu season is imperative for finishing 2018 strong.

Kids will be able to do better in school because they won’t miss days due to being sick. You and your spouse will be able to perform better at work, or stay focused while taking care of the kids and the chores at home. There are countless reasons why getting the flu shot (or avoiding the flu) is an important annual decision to make.

Come to Medinet to receive your flu shot. Schedule your family’s vaccinations today and make the rest of 2018 healthy and flu-free.

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