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A secret weapon against Zika and other mosquito-borne diseases | Nina...

Where did Zika come from, and what can we do about it? Molecular biologist Nina Fedoroff takes us around the world to understand Zika's...

Clinical Lab Testing & Care of Infants with Congenital Zika Virus...

This COCA Call is from August 2016. Please refer to www.cdc.gov/zika for up-to-date information. During this COCA Call, clinicians will learn about updated ... source

Zika Virus — What Clinicians Need to Know — January 2016

In 2015, the first local Zika virus transmission in the Americas was reported in Brazil and local transmission has now been in several countries...

Zika Virus: Updated Interim Zika Virus Clinical Guidance & Recommendations

Updated interim guidelines for healthcare providers caring for pregnant women & women of reproductive age include a new recommendation to offer serologic ... source

Zika-infected Mosquitoes Identified In 5 Miami Areas

The locations of five sites in South Beach where mosquitoes were found to be infected with the Zika virus have been released by Miami-Dade...

Zika Virus Spreads in Florida

According to the state's governor Rick Scott, more people in Florida may have caught the Zika virus after being bitten by local mosquitoes. Scott...

CDC Hands Out More Detailed Sex Percausion Related To The Zika...

Federal health officials on Friday issued new, detailed and far more restrictive guidelines to prevent the sexual transmission of the Zika virus. Men who...

The Zika Virus is Gaining Momentum With Pregnant Women in Colombia

The Zika virus is spreading quickly across the Americas. The country's national health institute said on Saturday that more than 5000 pregnant Colombian ... source