‘When it does not prevent the flu, it might be much worse than if you didn't have the vaccine,’ he said. When vaccinated your body generates antibodies to assault the flu. It creates the same antibodies when sick. ‘If you're exposed to that same virus [mainly because the vaccine], then your body will respond a little more and a little more vigorously quickly, in which case you can battle the virus more effectively and get rid of it quicker,’ Zimmermann explained. He added that recent research claim that the greater the amount of sequential years the flu vaccine is received, the more protected the person is usually from flu and related illness, especially in the elderly.In the 1800s, Johnny Appleseed whose name was in fact John Chapman, did travel throughout the Midwestern states planting apple trees really. Today His amazing efforts started the billion dollar apple industry we know. Apples can be found year-round, thanks to shared harvest of the globe. In the Southern hemisphere apples are in season when they are not in the Northern Hemisphere, and vice versa. This fruit, considered so normal by many individuals who it really is almost forgettable, is among the few world-wide import/export foods. Apples are most healthful when eaten raw, with the peel.