By Michael A. SorensenThe number of Americans dying each year from an influenza pandemic is staggering, but the number of people who die from being poisoned by the flu has also been increasing.
It’s unclear how many people are poisoned by a vaccine, but it’s estimated to be between 50,000 and 100,000 a year, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
But there is evidence that there is an increase in the number poisoned by flu drugs.
For example, in 2011, the CDC reported that 1,639 Americans died from an accidental flu drug overdose, but this figure has since declined to 742 in 2016.
But it seems that some people who get poisoned by their flu shots are not getting poisoned at all.
According to the CDC, in 2016, 2,923 Americans died as a result of the flu, and a little over a quarter of these deaths occurred during the first three weeks after the flu shot was taken.
The remaining 626 people died in the next three weeks.
However, only 721 of these people were actually poisoned by this drug.
This doesn’t mean that people who are not vaccinated are not at risk.
For instance, a study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association found that the risk of being poisoned with flu shots is higher for people who have not been vaccinated.
However, the majority of people will not die from the flu if they don’t get vaccinated.
The CDC says that in 2017, 5% of the U.S. population will die from flu, with approximately 10% dying from other causes.
However that figure is lower than the death toll from other diseases, such as the flu.
The CDC recommends that people get vaccinated, even if they have not had the flu since March 1, 2017.
However people can still be at risk from the influenza.
For example, if you or someone you know is suffering from severe fatigue, fatigue may be a contributing factor to a person being poisoned.
People who get flu symptoms during the flu season may also become more susceptible to the disease.
The fact that some flu shots may not be 100% effective means that people can be poisoned by another flu shot, or by another drug, but experts don’t have a good way of determining which is which.
However there is some hope.
Researchers at the University of Iowa have found that people receiving a flu vaccine have lower rates of liver cirrhosis, cirrhotic heart disease, and other chronic liver disease, suggesting that people may be able to reduce their risk of death from other illnesses by getting the flu vaccine.
The U.K. also has found that flu vaccine coverage has improved since 2016, but there is still a lot of work to be done before this is widely implemented in the U of A. The U.k. will also be introducing its own flu vaccine in 2019.
But what is the risk from flu?
The flu virus is highly contagious.
It can be spread through coughing and sneezing, and can also cause pneumonia.
People are most at risk if they are already sick or have recently recovered from a flu episode.
According to the American Association of Poison Control Centers, about one in four Americans is infected with the flu in some way.
If you are already infected with flu and don’t start taking the vaccine, you are at risk of contracting the flu again.