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Chicken Pox 101

Chicken pox is a human disease, so how did it get its name? Is there any way to ease the itches? Get educated and learn all the facts on this illness! Back to Article

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CookieDevil
CookieDevil wrote:
2013-01-11 15:48:42 -0800

Gingerkissx: Same.

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Gingerkissx
Gingerkissx wrote:
2013-01-09 15:16:49 -0800

I've never had chicken pox.

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:p :) :( MOODY! :p :) :(
:p :) :( MOODY! :p :) :( wrote:
2012-12-26 18:55:04 -0800

i had chicken pox when i was three

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9bella
9bella wrote:
2012-12-26 18:47:41 -0800

i got a shot i cant get chicken pox now

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coolto5
coolto5 wrote:
2010-12-13 01:38:20 -0800

THANK GOD MY CHICKEN POX IS HEALING!

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