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Researchers are learning more about the Zika virus — including when and where it’s expected to spread in the U.S. — along with dengue fever and other mosquito-borne diseases.
The Zika crisis is real but don’t panic – get the facts on prevention.
Not only mosquitoes carry Zika – research shows humans can cause transmission, too.
The Zika virus is linked to rare neurological problems in adults – now researchers want to know if it can cause memory-harming brain damage, too.
More evidence links Zika virus infection to severe birth defects: Get the facts on protection and testing.
Zika infection is now linked to a condition that can mimic MS.
You have many possible approaches, but how well each one works is open to debate.
Research and planning ahead will provide prevention — and tell you where to go to get help when you need it.
Mounting reports link Zika infection in pregnant women to a wider range of birth defects than previously known.
Scammers are using the fear of Zika to drum up business for shady deals.
By learning how Zika impacts the immune system, scientists can target ways to block the virus – and, hopefully, protect unborn babies.
Zika virus is now linked to serious damage to babies’ joints and microcephaly developing later in infants.