I read recently that something like 90% of American children are now vaccinated for chickenpox. What does that mean for their risk for shingles?
I just heard about research suggesting an old vaccine might help fight off novel illnesses like Covid-19. Did I hear right?
The shingles vaccine is recommended for people ages 50 and up. Do you have to wait until you’re 50 to get vaccinated?
Thanks to the development of a new vaccine, you may be able to completely avoid shingles for good.