Unfortunately, the nasal-spray flu vaccine isn’t recommended for this year’s flu season, because it wasn’t found to be effective enough during some prior years. Needlephobes might consider the intradermal flu vaccine instead. It uses a much smaller needle than the regular flu vaccine and is injected into the skin instead of the muscle. (Just call ahead first, since it may not be available at some local urgent care or walk-in clinics.)
Source: Dr. Oz The Good Life Handbook November 2016
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