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November 2011

Ask the Expert

Every month womenshealthmatters.ca invites an expert to answer readers’ questions on a specific topic.

This month's topic: Get the FAQ about the FLU (shot)

In November, we welcome guest expert Jessica Ip, infection prevention and control (IP&C) practitioner at Women’s College Hospital.

Do you have questions about how flu vaccines work? Are you curious to know who should and should not receive the flu shot? What about the possible side effects of the flu shot? Now is the perfect time to get those questions answered from a reliable source. 

Jessica is standing by to answer your questions about the FAQ about the FLU (shot). Send your questions now!

Last month’s topic: Total joint replacement surgery

In October, our guest expert was Dr. Cory Borkhoff, a post-doctoral fellow at the Women’s College Research Institute.

Are you considering the possibility of total joint replacement surgery, or simply want to learn more about it? Do you have questions about what’s involved in the procedure or when it’s necessary? What about how it’s performed and the recovery process?

Read Dr. Borkhoff’s answers to your questions about total joint replacement surgery.

More Topics: Visit the Ask the Expert Archives where you can find questions and answers on a variety of health topics.

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POWER Study highlights older women's health needs

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