Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Live Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Live | Chickenpox Vaccine May Protect Against Shingles Years Later Advertisement Supported by Children vaccinated against chickenpox had a 78 percent lower rate of shingles than their unvaccinated peers. ByNicholas Bakalar June 10, 2019 The chicke Shingles, sometimes called herpes zoster, is a painful nerve infection and rash that can occur after recovery from a case of chickenpox or after immunization with the vaccine. It is more common in older people and can occur decades after recovery from chickenpox, but children can get it, too. The study, in Pediatrics, included 6.4 million children under 18, half of whom had the chickenpox vaccine. The researchers calculated rates of shingles from 2003 through 2014. They found that over all, the vaccinated children had a 78 percent lower rate of shingles than their … [Read more...] about Chickenpox Vaccine May Protect Against Shingles Years Later
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By Matt Young Published 3:22 pm CDT, Wednesday, May 15, 2019 PHOTOS: A look at the all stars in Do the Right Thing and what they're doing 30 years later Portrait of American film director and actor Spike Lee on the set of his film 'Do the Right Thing,' in New York in 1989. Browse through the photos above for an update on what the cast from 1989's Do the Right Thing is doing 30 years after the movie's release ... less PHOTOS: A look at the all stars in Do the Right Thing and what they're doing 30 years later Portrait of American film director and actor Spike Lee on the set of his film 'Do the Right Thing,' in New York in ... more Photo: Anthony Barboza/Getty Images Photo: Anthony Barboza/Getty Images Image 1 of / 52 Caption Close Image 1 of 52 PHOTOS: A look at the all stars in … [Read more...] about Do the Right Thing cast: Where are they now, 30 years later?
Palko Karasz, New York Times 6:21 pm PDT, Wednesday, May 8, 2019 The rising sun is seen through the standing stones at the prehistoric monument Stonehenge, near Amesbury in Southern England, on June 21, 2014, as revelers gather to celebrate the 2014 summer solstice, marking the longest day of the year. less The rising sun is seen through the standing stones at the prehistoric monument Stonehenge, near Amesbury in Southern England, on June 21, 2014, as revelers gather to celebrate the 2014 summer solstice, marking ... more Photo: GEOFF CADDICK;Geoff Caddick / AFP / Getty Images Photo: GEOFF CADDICK;Geoff Caddick / AFP / Getty Images Image 1 of / 3 Caption Close Image 1 of 3 The rising sun is seen through the standing stones at the prehistoric monument Stonehenge, near … [Read more...] about Florida man returns stolen piece of Stonehenge 60 years later
THE picture shocked the world - a young girl lying bleeding and helpless outside her high school, shot down in cold blood by a classmate. The photo appeared on the front of newspapers and TV news - and Kacey Ruegsegger Johnson became the unwitting face of what became America's most notorious school shooting- at Columbine High School, Colorado. Twenty years later, Kacey, 36, who almost bled to death after having her shoulder blasted off is now a happily married mum-of-four but still lives with pain from her injuries - a daily reminder of the horrors she miraculously survived. Tragically, 12 other students and one teacher were not so lucky - they were shot dead by evil pair Dylan Klebold and Eric Harris, who killed themselves following the senseless April 20th, 1999 massacre. While Kacey's arm still has limited function, she is grateful for what she calls a “second chance at life” and has now written a book which she hopes will inspire people facing adversity. … [Read more...] about Columbine shooting survivor who became face of massacre tells how she still lives with pain every day 20 years later
A MAN will finally see his dad face trial accused of murdering his mum a quarter of century after he told cops he believed his father killed her. Michael Haim is accused of killing wife Bonnie in 1993 but was arrested more 20 years later after son Aaron Fraser found her body in garden of the family home. Bonnie Haim went missing from their home in Jacksonville, Florida in January 1993 but he told police that she left the house alone at 11pm after an argument. But at the time their then three-year-old son Aaron Fraser told a child welfare worker "Daddy hurt mommy" or similar words, cops say. Investigators struggled to make any headway in the case without a body but Aaron continued to believe his father was responsible. He was adopted by another family and took the surname Fraser but in 2014 he won his childhood home as part of a wrongful death lawsuit against his father. Fraser discovered human mains while making repairs to the property, according to detectives with the Jacksonville … [Read more...] about Man, 29, finally ‘proves’ dad is a murderer by moving back home 20 years later and digging up skull of mum