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If You've Had Chicken Pox, You Should Care About This

"What Is Shingles And Why Should You Care" "For kids born before the chickenpox vaccine, getting the disease (and spending hours soaking in a baking-soda bath) was a normal part of childhood. After a week or so, you were back at school and healthy as ever. What you might not hav …

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A pox on antivaxxers

The second bit of news is so appalling it’s difficult to overstate.

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SOS: Humana tried to stick customer with the part of the bill for vaccine

The shingles vaccination 75-year-old Sally Frankey got last summer may well have kept her from getting the illness, but it was no protection against a huge insurance headache.

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Depomed says shingles pain drug meets study goal

Depomed Inc. on Monday reported a successful late stage clinical trial of a drug intended to treat pain following the viral infection shingles, and its shares soared on the news.

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Shingles

Shingles is a viral infection that causes a painful rash. Also known as herpes zoster, it often appears as a band of blisters that wraps from the middle of your back around one side of your chest to your breastbone.

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