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I read your blog everyday at lunch, I enjoy it immensely. I was wondering what your thoughts were on vaccinations. Last month I was vaccinated for Flu, Pneumonia, Measles, Mumps, Rubella, Tetanus and Diphtheria. I am 50 years old and had the usual vaccinations when I was a child, is there anything else that I should consider getting? Have a Merry Christmas. - Jim from Illinois
JWR Replies: I have very mixed feelings about inoculations. Currently, with the emerging threat of Asian Avian Flu, the only one inoculation that I strongly recommend getting is Pneumovax 23. That one is reportedly good for 10+ years and protects against 23 different strains of pneumonia. It will of course do nothing to stop the Asian Avian Flu itself, but it may prevent pneumonia co-infections. (Respiratory co-infections are expected to be a big killer if and when Asian Avian Flu ever mutates ito a strain that is easily transmissible between humans.)