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This page lists feature stories (articles of interest to health consumers searching the internet), podcasts, and electronic cards related to shingles (herpes zoster).
Protect Yourself against Shingles: Get Vaccinated
Almost one out of three people in America will develop shingles during their lifetime. If you are age 60 years or older, get vaccinated to reduce your risk of developing the often painful disease.
CDC Expert Commentary — Herpes Zoster Rates Are Increasing, but Why?
View this video (4:06 minutes)
Dr. Craig Hales discusses why the increases in shingles rates among adults are unlikely to be related to childhood chickenpox vaccination.
Date Released: 4/14/2014
Herpes Zoster: Who's at Risk and Who Should be Vaccinated
View this video (4:35 minutes)
Learn about how effective the herpes zoster vaccine is and what the current recommendations are for vaccinating patients.
Date Released: 11/21/2011
There’s a Vaccine for Shingles?!
Listen To This Podcast (1:42 minutes)
This podcast answers a listener's question about the vaccine for shingles.
Date Released: 7/13/2009
Immunizations Part II: Shingles Vaccine
Listen To This Podcast (7:05 minutes)
This podcast discusses older adults and shingles, as well as the importance of getting the shingles vaccine.
Date Released: 9/24/2008
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