Zika virus can kill brain tumor cells, Washington University researchers discover
Since Zika affects stem cells in the fetus' brain, scientists theorized that it might be able to infect stem cells in brain tumors.
Florida Keys Approves Trial Of Genetically Modified Mosquitoes To Fight Zika
In the Florida Keys, no cases of locally transmitted Zika have been reported, but officials have decided to go ahead with trials of a genetically modified mosquito to combat the spread of the disease.
Zika virus has some weird effects on babies, experts are finding
From babies who crawl way too soon to infants who cry 24 hours a day, Zika's effects are startling the doctors treating the infected babies.
Florida Department of Health Zika Update – First Sexually Transmitted Case Confirmed in 2017 | Florida Department of Health
Florida Department of Health Zika Update – First Sexually Transmitted Case Confirmed in 2017
Army scientists begin testing inactive Zika virus vaccine in humans
The Walter Reed Army Institute of Research on Monday began vaccinations in the first of five planned human clinical trials to develop a Zika vaccine capable of generating an immune response to the virus.
CDC declares parts of Miami a Zika 'red zone' for pregnant women
Federal health officials have made a new color-coded map for Miami and urged all pregnant women to consider postponing travel to Miami-Dade County.