You may have noticed Canada’s unusually mild flu season this year. Thanks to the warm weather this winter, fewer Canadians took to their beds suffering from influenza, reported the Toronto Sun via the Public Health Agency of Canada. But the country did not go completely without disease. The agency’s FluWatch report explained that there were hospitalizations, most of which were occupants of seniors over the age of 65.
Determining how influenza will strike every flu season is near impossible, but it’s important to be prepared nonetheless. This is why Health Canada recently approved a vaccine manufactured by Toronto medical …read more