New Immunization Trends Emerge Among U.S. Adults
The U.S. experiencing most severe whooping cough outbreak in 50 years: new survey finds 70 percent respondents unaware of outbreaks in their area. Health officials stress awareness efforts heading into holiday travel season. There are two new strains of influenza resulting in flu cases being reported in more U.S. regions and much earlier than in years past. And every day in the U.S., 10,000 people are turning 65, making shingles a more common topic of conversation at the dinner table. Dr. Alan E. London, M.D. joins us to talk more about new immunization trends available for adults.