Zika Is Still a Huge Threat to Your Reproductive Health
Nobody paid attention to public health preparedness, and now President Trump's proposed federal budget will slash funds from the CDC.
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Christine Curry Is Helping Expecting Mothers With Zika Prepare For an Uncertain Future
The Florida doctor is one of the leaders in the fight against the debilitating disease.
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Florida Needs a New Place to Release Genetically-Modified Anti-Zika Mosquitoes
The local community voted against the experiment, but the government has decided to move forward somewhere else.
A Breakthrough in Zika Research Could Mean a Treatment for Pregnant Women
A newly-discovered antibody helped protect pregnant mice's fetuses.
This Is the Most Googled Question About Zika
You asked, we answered.
How to Make a Zika Vaccine in the Middle of an Epidemic
If you’ve never made a vaccine from scratch before, this is how it’s done.
Congress Got Its Ass in Gear to Fight Zika, Help Louisiana, and Fix Flint Pipes
Eventually they had to get something done.
New Zika study warns of a 'global epidemic’ of birth defects
Two new Zika studies were released this week, one of which made dire predictions about the 'striking magnitude of the association between microcephaly and Zika virus infection.'
Thailand confirms first microcephaly cases linked to Zika
The U.S. issued new advice for pregnant women traveling to Southeast Asia, now the region has reported cases of the birth defect connected to the Zika virus.
Scientists Have Found a Possible Way to Protect Babies from Zika
A new study from Yale neuroscientists uncovered exactly how Zika attacks a developing brain.
Miami Isn’t Waiting on Congress Funds to Fight Zika
But those funds really do need to be released soon.
Colombia says the Zika epidemic is over — but birth defects have yet to peak
The country's health authorities say the population must nevertheless continue protecting itself against contracting the virus that “is here to stay.”