How to make sure your household is safe from the flu BBC News

In a new video, a team of scientists at the University of Chicago School of Medicine have shown that, if you take all the flu vaccinations you can get, you will still get at least one cold, flu and pneumonia shot.

They say you should have at least 10 doses if you live in the US, and 100 if you are in Europe.

They suggest that if you need a third dose, take it before a flight or in the middle of a conference.

But there is a catch.

You can only get a single shot from one vaccine in one dose.

So if you’re already vaccinated, you’re unlikely to get the extra one.

Here are some tips on getting the right dose: The vaccine is made up of three parts.

One part contains the influenza virus itself, which is then broken down to smaller molecules and then sent to your body for its immune system to recognise.

This is called the vaccine adjuvant.

The other part contains antibodies, which make up the flu vaccine’s active ingredient, called conjugate proteins.

These are the antibodies that make the flu shot more effective against the influenza viruses.

The final part is a polymerase chain reaction (PCR) enzyme called the reverse transcriptase (RT-PCR).

The reverse transcriptases work by breaking down a viral gene called a ribonuclease.

This makes the vaccine immune to it.

You don’t need to have any of these enzymes to take part in the study.

The researchers suggest that, when you get the flu vaccination, your body has been weakened to the point where you should not be worried about getting more of these types of shots.

The study, published in the journal Vaccine, found that if there is no flu vaccine available to you, you should get at most two doses of the flu immunoglobulin (IgG) vaccine.

It is not a vaccine to prevent getting the flu.

In the US it is recommended that people get two doses at most.

However, some experts have suggested that you could get as many as 10 doses.

So even if you don’t have to get as much of the vaccine as you think you should, the odds are against you getting the extra two doses.

Read more about the flu: Who should get the influenza vaccine?

This is because, while most people have already been vaccinated, a small percentage of people are at risk of getting the infection.

These people have the virus in their blood and have antibodies to it, but they are not getting the vaccine because they don’t live in a vaccinated area.

That’s because they are at high risk of contracting the virus if they get the infection in a public place.

The team found that people with the highest risk of being infected were those living in urban areas and people living in areas with a high risk.

They found that while the vaccinated had a lower rate of infection than those not vaccinated, the vaccinated were still at higher risk.

This was the case regardless of age, gender, race or ethnicity.

They also found that older people, those living with a partner, those with a chronic illness or those who live in areas where there is high risk are more likely to be at risk.

These factors, combined with the fact that the flu is still spreading and people are still getting infected, could explain why many people are choosing not to get a second dose.

The CDC recommends people wait until their next dose of the influenza immunoglabulin is available before deciding on a second shot.

Read about how to make a better decision: How to prevent the flu and the flu viruses: Are you in danger of contracting any of the virus?

The most common risk factor for getting the influenza is not having been vaccinated.

However there are also other factors that could also increase your risk.

For instance, you may be at high altitude, living with an infected relative, living in an overcrowded apartment or living in a building where you are exposed to a contagious person.

These may all increase your chances of getting sick, or having to travel to the hospital for treatment.

Some people also have a history of previous flu shots.

This could increase your chance of contracting more infections, especially if you have been vaccinated before.

And if you smoke, there is an increased risk of lung infections.

It can also be the case that you have had a previous bout of flu.

This has been linked to the emergence of more cases of the disease and the number of hospitalisations and deaths.

People who are also at higher risks are more susceptible to contracting influenza.

It’s not just about vaccination, it’s also about living a healthy lifestyle and getting regular exercise.

Read our explainer on how the flu can affect your health.