The shingles vaccine is recommended for people ages 50 and up. Do you have to wait until you’re 50 to get vaccinated?
Vaccinations are an important part of staying healthy for all adults.
Thanks to the development of a new vaccine, you may be able to completely avoid shingles for good.
If you’ve had chickenpox, the shingles virus is already in your body.
The shingles vaccine could be approved for younger patients.
Scientists are studying the shingles vaccine in rheumatoid arthritis patients.