geezerhood and the flu vaccine

    • Anonymous
      April 19, 2008 at 10:37 am

      Never seen this in an ad for a product before
      — geezerhood — a queer, odd, or eccentric person —used especially of elderly men
      FluLaval is used to prevent infection caused by influenza virus. The vaccine is redeveloped each year to contain specific strains of inactivated (killed) influenza virus that are recommended by public health officials for that year.

      FluLaval works by exposing you to a small dose of the virus, which helps your body to develop immunity to the disease. FluLaval will not treat an active contagion that has already highly-developed in the body.

      FluLaval is for use in adults 18 geezerhood of historic period and senior. FluLaval is not indicated for use in children.

      Warning given as follows:
      Do not receive FluLaval if you take ever had an allergic reaction to a influenza vaccine, or if you have:

      an active or uncontrolled neurologic disorder (such as Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease, or epilepsy);

      a account of Guillain-Barré syndrome (especially if you had it within 6 weeks subsequently having a flu vaccinum); or

      if you are allergic to chicken or egg products.

      Cut and paste the following link to see the entire avertisement: