This serious but rare condition may develop in children who are given aspirin when they have a fever or chickenpox .
If a vaccinated child does get chickenpox , he or she generally has a mild case.
The younger your child is when she gets chickenpox , the milder her symptoms will be.
This is important if he is just getting over a flu-like illness or the chickenpox .
Shingles is not infectious in the same way as chickenpox , where the virus can be passed on in coughs and sneezes.
A person usually has only one episode of chickenpox in his or her lifetime.
Viruses including flu, herpes, measles and chickenpox can cause pneumonia.
Measles, mumps, rubella and chickenpox can all be far more serious if you contract them as an adult.
The sequence included chickenpox and flu, but more often it was tonsillitis that prevented her from practising, let alone playing.
I'm still not that enthusiastic about either hepatitis B or chickenpox vaccines.