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Ah-choo! The True Cost of Getting the Flu

Ah-choo! The True Cost of Getting the Flu Neil Spencer



Your sitting at your desk, minding your own business, when you hear a deafening, "Ah-choo!" spring forth from somewhere deep in the bowels of the other side of the office. Based on the time of year it is, your mind instantly goes into worst case scenario mode: the flu is upon us. The flu is no laughing matter, with nearly 40 million Americans being hospitalized every year. The best thing you can do for yourself — and your wallet — is to take a preventative measure and get a flu shot. The average cost is $35 per person, and is typically covered by most health insurance plans.



When your at work, make sure to avoid certain office surfaces that are teeming with bacteria. The main culprits are: sink faucet handles, microwave door handles, keyboards, refrigerator door handles, water fountain buttons, and vending machine buttons.



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Neil works as a Digital PR Manager at Column Five Media @columnfive, a creative marketing agency specializing in data visualization and infographic design. He's passionate about the future of social media and how good design will become a bigger...

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