Talk about making life a little easier. Your yearly flu shot could soon come to you in the mail and be practically painless.
Researchers are developing a new method of the vaccine that can be used at home, a patch with micro-needles.
The patch is attached like a band-aid and researchers say the tiny little needles are so small you don't even feel them.
Researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology say it could be about 5 years before the new method is ready for the public.
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