Every baby in the UK could get the chickenpox vaccine
Londoner Sarah Westcott, 44, right, had her youngest son Gabriel, now three, immunised after her 14-year-old daughter Bridy, left, suffered badly with chickenpox as a young girl.
Children who have been vaccinated for chickenpox have a 78 percent lower risk of developing shingles than unvaccinated children, according to research.
Kids who were vaccinated against chickenpox had a 78% lower risk of developing shingles, the researchers said.
MONDAY, June 10, 2019 -- Shingles isn't usually considered a kids'disease, but children can get this painful condition. Fortunately, the chickenpox vaccine can also protect them against it, a new study finds. " The virus that causes chickenpox also...
Children vaccinated against chickenpox had a 78 percent lower rate of shingles than their unvaccinated peers.
Two months after going to court over a chickenpox policy, an unvaccinated teen came down with the illness, his lawyer said Wednesday.
A Kentucky teen who was banned from school for refusing vaccination against chickenpox has come down with the disease, his lawyer says.
The lawyer for a Kentucky high school student who wasn't allowed to participate in school activities because he wasn't vaccinated for chickenpox says his client has now contracted the illness
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A Kentucky teenager who sued his school last month for banning unvaccinated students has come down with a case of chickenpox. Jerome Kunkel, 18, took legal action against his high school after the Northern Kentucky Health Department said unvaccinated students had to stay at home amid an outbreak that left more than 32 students sick, according to the BBC. Kunkel, who is unvaccinated, was barred from playing basketball as part of the ban. In April, a judge ruled against the teen, whose lawsuit argued that the vaccine is “immoral, illegal and sinful.” The teen’s father said that he opposed vaccinations becau...
Jerome Kunkel's lawyer admitted he told his unvaccinated teenage clients their best bet was to contract the chickenpox