Which is better: the flu vaccine or a cold vaccine?

Posted February 07, 2019 06:30:36 The flu vaccine may be better than the cold vaccine, but not by much, according to a new study published in the journal Nature Communications.

The study compared the two products, which use different types of viruses and are administered in the same way.

“This is not a study that just shows that the flu vaccination is better,” said study co-author Dr. Thomas Blaschke, a professor of infectious diseases at the University of Alberta.

“It shows that there is a difference.”

Dr. Blasichke and his colleagues looked at data from the influenza vaccine that was developed by the National Institutes of Health, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.

They used the data to analyze how well each product worked on different parts of the body, including immune system function, brain function and immunity to viruses.

The researchers found that the vaccine worked well in protecting against the flu.

“The flu vaccine has been used for many years, and people have been able to get it and have a very good response,” said Blaschtke, who is also director of the Canadian Institutes of Research on Vaccines at the Royal Military College in Kingston, Ontario.

“People have used it for a long time, and it’s not something that can go away.”

But he said he was surprised to see that the cold vaccination is not as effective.

“In fact, the flu shot is probably better,” he said.

“We don’t really know why that is.

It could be that it’s less effective in terms of protection from influenza viruses, but we don’t know that.”

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2019 06,22:54 A study has found that a flu vaccine works better than a cold vaccination, but it may not be as effective as we think.

The findings come from a study conducted by researchers at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and the University Health Network.

The researchers looked at the effectiveness of the flu vaccines that were used in the United States and in other countries.

They looked at how well they worked on specific parts of an immune system and whether they were effective in preventing the spread of influenza viruses.

In addition, they looked at whether a flu shot worked as well in preventing flu and pneumonia as a cold shot.

“We did a lot of statistical analyses to show that the influenza vaccines worked well,” said lead author Dr. Jennifer Licht, an assistant professor of epidemiology and family medicine at the Bloomberg School.

“But the effectiveness wasn’t great.

We wanted to see if there were any ways that we could improve the vaccine.”

The flu shots, which contain the virus that causes the flu, contain different types, and different strains of viruses are released from them.

These vaccines are administered to people with certain immune system systems and have been proven to work better in people with more severe immune systems than people without.

But the researchers also wanted to know if the vaccines might work better for people who have had severe immune system problems.

They analyzed data from people who had been vaccinated and people who did not.

Dr. Licht and her team found that, compared to the people who were vaccinated, the people with severe immune problems had less of an immunity to influenza viruses compared to people who didn’t get the vaccine.

They also found that people who received the flu shots had lower levels of antibodies to influenza virus.

Because people with immune systems problems are generally at higher risk of developing serious health problems, Licht’s team also looked at people who developed pneumonia or other pneumonia-related conditions after getting the flu vaccinations.

She said it was possible that the higher levels of antibody to influenza in people who are immune system users might explain why some people are able to tolerate influenza viruses even when they have severe immune disorders.

But Dr. Lich said there is still much work to be done before they could conclude that vaccines work better than cold shots.

There is also a lot we don’ t know about the flu and how it spreads.

The vaccine may not always work the same for everyone, Dr. Naveen Patel, a physician at the New York City Department of Public Hospitality and Emergency Medical Services, said in an interview with ABC News.

“You might get the flu even if you are vaccinated,” he added.

What the researchers are looking at is how well the vaccine is working for people with different immune systems, but they don’t yet know how well it works for people without those same immune systems.

It’s a good study to do, Dr., but there are still some questions, Dr, Naveens Patel said.

Is it possible to vaccinate people who already have a severe immune disorder without causing severe illness?

Or, is there a better way to prevent the