The flu season is here and experts are recommending that everyone over the age of six months get vaccinated. This is the second straight year it's been recommended for everyone. And especially to those who are high risk like children under five, adults over the age of sixty-five and pregnant women. Others who are considered high risk include those with, asthma, heart disease and those with weakened immune systems. Doctors say the flu shot is very safe. Dr. Sudarshan Dang says, "People should get it as soon as its available because it takes two weeks for the vaccine to work, to give you protection and it's very safe. Very rarely do you get any serious side effects from the vaccine." This year's flu shot also includes strands to prevent H1N1.