New research shows how pharmacists administering flu shots is leading to a change in how we immunize ourselves.
Today, it’s common for people to get their flu shots at a drug store pharmacy. That wasn’t always the case because in the past, only doctors and nurses could give the shots.
An Indiana University study shows the number of flu shots given in pharmacies increased dramatically once laws changed.
In 2007, around 3 million flu shots were given at pharmacies. Six years, later, and that number has risen to almost 21 million.