The flu is here!
Protect yourself and your family by washing your hands often; keeping your sneezes and coughs to yourself; and keeping your hands out of your eyes, mouth and nose. It’s also not too late to get the flu vaccine, which is available at The Family Medical Center – no appointment necessary. Walk-ins are welcome. (497 West…Read More
Need to know the difference between influenza and other illnesses? Here is a handy tool to help.
It’s difficult to tell what you have when you are sick. Here is a chart to help you tell the difference between some common illnesses.Read More
Influenza Tips and Info for 2020
Are you prepared for Flu Season?
The Family Medical Center in Buffalo has Flu Vaccine. No Appointment Necessary! Come On InRead More
Preventing COVID-19 Spread in Communities
The latest COVID19 (Coronavirus) News
Find the latest information about the Novel 2019 Coronavirus. Click on the CDC imageRead More
Can I Get the Flu from the Flu Shot?
Can I get the flu from the flu shot? No! The flu shot is inactive and can’t give you the flu. What this means is that it contains what is, essentially, dead flu strains. When injected your body sees them and trains itself to fight them, but without the risk of actually contracting the viruses. …Read More