AUSTIN -- November is here and so is flu season. The season can start as early as October and last all the way through January or February.
Those who are 65 and older, children, and those with chronic health conditions are more at risk. If you've found yourself suddenly unprepared, it's not too late to get your vaccination.
Dr. April Calderon from Scott & White's Round Rock West Clinic talked to KVUE.com's Rebekah Hood about what kind of flu season we're expecting, flu mist versus flu shots, where vaccinations are available and much more. Click the player above for more information.