Shingles is one of the most deadly and misunderstood of all infectious diseases.
With no cure, it’s the biggest challenge facing our health care system.
Shingle is a disease of the joints, affecting around 80 million people worldwide.
Scientists have long thought that it originated in the neck, but it has since spread from the neck down the spine.
And the problem isn’t just one person; it’s one in 10,000 people worldwide, according to the World Health Organization.
The study, published in the New England Journal of Medicine, found that shinglers are more likely to have a condition called erythema migrans, which can be fatal.
Researchers at Harvard Medical School and Brigham and Women’s Hospital examined data from 2.6 million people in the US.
They found that people with shingling were nearly three times more likely than people without it to have erythromycin resistant erythropoiesis, a type of bacteria that causes inflammation.
“The majority of cases of erythyosis migrans are attributable to erytosis, which is an inflammatory process that occurs in the joint and is associated with increased joint stiffness and joint swelling,” Dr. Michael Wiedmann, an assistant professor of medicine at Harvard, said in a statement.
Wiedmann and his team say that it’s not just the inflammation that makes people susceptible to the disease.
The infection also causes the immune system to fail, and people who get it also have a greater risk of developing other serious diseases, such as pneumonia.
It’s been more than two decades since erythrocyte-specific erythemia virus (ESVI) was first detected in the United States.
It was originally found in the intestines of people who have chronic fatigue syndrome.
While ESVI has now been found in millions of people worldwide and caused more than 10 million cases of the disease, the number of cases in the U.S. has only been reported since 2006.
In the meantime, there are no treatments to treat shingler’s, and there are few ways to track the condition.
People are more susceptible to shinglings if they have certain chronic conditions, like arthritis or heart disease, and it’s even more difficult to spot if a person has other illnesses, such a cancer or diabetes.
The new study suggests that if you have one of these diseases, you’re at higher risk of shinglestick.
But it also highlights the importance of getting tested for ESVI.
Dr. Robert Balsamo, director of the Harvard Medical Department’s Center for the Study of Epidemiology and Health Promotion, told NBC News that while he has no idea why shingled cases have increased, he suspects that the infection has gotten worse in recent years.
He believes that more people have been infected and less of them have been tested.
Balsamo told NBC that shingle’s increasing incidence could be a result of the country becoming more and more urbanized, which means more people are living in cities.
When the condition first surfaced in the late 1800s, shingldes were found in all the major cities, including New York City.
But in the 1960s and 1970s, they were more common in smaller, less developed areas.
And today, more people live in cities, which has made shinglenose more common.
Shingling has also become more common as a result, because of a rise in diabetes, obesity and other health conditions.
It’s a common complication of high blood pressure, heart disease and arthritis, according the CDC.
It also increases the risk of other illnesses like pneumonia and even kidney disease.
So how can we prevent shingls from happening again?
Dr. Daniel Ziegler, a professor of neurology and infectious disease at Harvard and an expert on shingle, told Newsweek that shinghams are often caused by a combination of factors.
“It’s not the disease itself that causes it,” he said.
For instance, people who suffer from arthritis or diabetes can develop shinglets.
But Zieglers team says that shings can also be caused by other factors, like overuse of pain medications or poor diet.
To prevent the infection from spreading, doctors recommend avoiding certain foods and drinking water that contains high levels of sodium.
Ziegler also advises using sunscreen.
And if you’re in a home that has been home to people who’ve had shinglins, he recommends wearing a face mask and wearing a medical-grade breathing device like a mask.