A recent study by Kaiser Permanente Vaccine Study Center found that the Chickenpox vaccine is 90 percent effective in reducing a child’s chance of catching Chickenpox. Doctor designed by Andrew McKinley from the Noun Project, Medical clip board designed by Douglas Nash from the Noun Project, Syringe designed by Richard Pasqua the Noun Project

A rash followed by itchy, fluid-filled blisters all over a child’s body, usually tells parents their child has chickenpox. The illness was once a standard part of growing up—and many have the scars to prove it—but since a vaccination became common practice, fewer kids contract the virus. In 1995, the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices,…

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