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Flu shot could help students' grades

An article in the Star Tribune reports on a study from the University of Minnesota that found that students how get a flu shot miss fewer classes and do better on tests and class work.

Here are some of the key findings:
Vaccinated students are:

46 percent less likely to miss a class.

40 percent less likely to botch an assignment.

47 percent less likely to have a bad test.

47 percent less likely to have to go to the doctor.

Read more about the study in the article.