OK, I confess: I never get my flu shot. Really -- never. I guess I have this feeling that they somehow never really work, and that if I'm gonna get the flu I'm gonna get the flu -- regardless of whether or not I got the vaccine.
And when I was pregnant in winter, I didn't get it then, either. But a new study suggests that pregnant women really should get it -- that it's helpful protection for both the mama-to-be and the baby on the way.
So what do you think? Will you get one this winter, or are you just not a go-get-a-shot kind of person?