UPI reports a new study shows that the risk of developing shingles significantly decreases for children who are vaccinated for chickenpox. According to a research study published Monday in Pediatrics, vaccinated children had a 78 percent lower risk of developing shingles than unvaccinated children. For the study, researchers looked at medical records from six health care organizations -- 6.34 million children.


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