Thomson ReutersOctober 28, 2013 10:47
By Kathleen Kingsbury
(Reuters) - When her law office offered flu shots in mid-October, Kelly Walsh, a paralegal in Boston, hesitated.
Walsh didn't get vaccinated last year and didn't get sick. The year before, she had flu-like symptoms for a week after getting the shot.
"I also worried if everyone at work knew I got a flu shot, it'll be harder to take sick days if I do get the flu," says Walsh, 38.