Almost one out of every three individuals will develop shingles during their lifetime, according to the CDC. Shingles, otherwise known as herpes zoster, causes a painful, blistering rash that can have complications that last for months or even years afterwards. However, shingles doesn’t have to be inevitable: there is a vaccine, Zostavax, recommended for anyone over the age of 60.
National Institutes of Health awards Texas A&M College of Dentistry researchers $1.25 million to explore post-herpetic neuralgia at the cellular level
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