Once thought to to prevent chickenpox spreadingUV rays help prevent the spread of chickenpox.

Once thought to to prevent chickenpox spreadingUV rays help prevent the spread of chickenpox, meaning people in milder climates are more at risk of infection, according to new research. The discovery could lead to new ways of preventing chickenpox and its stronger relative, shingles.

A researcher at the University of St. London has found that chickenpox is much less common in places with high UV radiation levels, compared to those with low levels. It has long been known that UV rays can inactivate viruses -. Nevertheless, the virologist Dr Phil Rice believes his findings indicate that UV rays could be the varicella zoster virus, the herpes virus responsible for chickenpox and shingles on the skin to inactivate before it transmits to another person. This explains it is. Less transmission in the tropics, where chickenpox is much less common than in temperate countries It would also explain why. Chickenpox peaks in temperate zones, where it is seasonal in winter and spring, when UV rays are at their lowest..First, we can ask those who are not the greatest risk for complication from the flu to forgo a shot , then that those who need it get it. Those who need it most humans aged 65 and above, child 6-23 months, pregnant woman and those who suffer from severe respiratory disease such as asthma. When you be at good general health, you take care. If you fall ill, stay your home voluntary basis for the welfare to public health.

Antiviral treatment is everybody’s responsibilityWhereas the Federal government is trying reasons for flu vaccine untangle lack, the the American Lung Association promoting civil and lawmakers of what we any act together to put to improve our health and make it an first priority gravity. In particular, what the Americans are do together?