Shingles: How to Protect Yourself

The shingles vaccine is recommended for everyone 50 and older.


With the growing list of immunizations on your wellness list, from COVID-19 boosters to the RSV vaccine, you may not consider the shingles vaccine a high priority. If you have rheumatoid arthritis (RA), you may worry the vaccine could aggravate your condition. Cleveland Clinic rheumatologist Cassandra Calabrese, DO, sets the record straight.

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