PSA time. It seems there are two major misconceptions about the flu vaccine:
1. That it prevents all strains of flu, and without fail. (It's a concoction based on the strains predicted most likely to appear that year, and the vaccine won't work for every single person even if the predicted flu strains are correct.)
2. That it prevents "stomach flu." ("The flu," short for influenza, is respiratory. "Stomach flu" is not influenza at all, so the vaccine doesn't prevent it. I don't know why it's called flu, because it isn't.)
Now you know. *musical trill*
New gift idea posts at Milk and Cookies:
1. Non-toy gift ideas for children.
2. Gift ideas for 9-12-year-old boys. I mean, are they impossible to buy for OR WHAT?
My littler children had gingerbread houses and milk for breakfast. WHAT?
Summer sleep-away camp supplies - I am in a TIZZ about Elizabeth going to Girl Scouts camp this summer. I’m GLAD she’s going, and I’m glad she WANTS to go, but it’s a week and this is the f...