Ask anyone who’s had shingles and they’ll tell you: a flare up is no fun. The rash hurts and can cause major pain and discomfort months after the initial outbreak. And anyone who has had chicken pox or the chicken pox vaccine is at risk. But doctors at Mayo Clinic say you can protect yourself from the virus with the shingles vaccine.
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