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As Zika fades from public consciousness, scientists continue to pursue the virus - The Washington Post Zika Virus, The Washington Post, Scientists, Law Of Attraction, Consciousness, The Cure, Health Care, Public, Science

As Zika fades from public consciousness, scientists continue to pursue the virus

Their focus is on understanding transmission and developing and a safe, effective vaccine.

Zika virus is causing birth defects in babies in Latin America and beyond. Texas reports its first baby born with Zika-caused microcephaly Pregnancy Help, Mosquito Control, Anti Mosquito, Zika Virus, Beneficial Insects, Lyme Disease, Health Problems, Birth, Mosquitoes

CDC Pinpoints When Pregnant Women Are Most at Risk for Zika Virus Birth Defects

A new report from the CDC shows the risk of birth defects from the Zika virus based on what trimester pregnant women are infected.

Dengue virus is carried by the Aedes aegypti mosquito, the same type that can spread Zika virus. A bite from a mosquito harboring the virus can result in headaches, rashes and severe joint pains. In serious cases, it can cause internal bleeding and death. Virus Zika, Dengue Virus, Dengue Zika, Dengue Fever, Mosquito Control, Pest Control, Mosquito Protection, Insect Pest, Yellow Fever

El Niño on a warming planet may have sparked the Zika epidemic, scientists report

A new disease model produced an unusually high disease transmission potential in the tropics for the year 2015, including in Colombia and Brazil, the countries hit hardest by Zika.

In the an outbreak of rubella virus expanded women’s access to abortion in the United States. Could Zika do the same in Latin America? Zika Virus, Reproductive Rights, Science Fair, Mindfulness, Change, Latin America, 1960s, United States, Collection

Way Before Zika, Rubella Changed Minds on Abortion

In the 1960s, an outbreak of rubella virus expanded women’s access to abortion in the United States. Could Zika do the same in Latin America?

With an outbreak in Brazil confirmed, the zika virus may now pose a threat to the U., especially with the mosquito season fast approaching. The zika virus is an Aedes aegypti mosquito-borne disease . Virus Zika, Dengue Zika, Mosquitos Da Dengue, Mosquitoes, Mosquito Repellent Essential Oils, Dengue Fever, Yellow Fever, World Health Organization, Home Remedies

In Florida, Managing Public Sentiments on GM Mosquitoes

Not everyone in Florida welcomes the use of genetically modified mosquitoes to combat Zika. Will attitudes shift if the virus starts proliferating?

Globalization is spreading Zika Virus as technology allows for more international travel. So far, no cure. Short Answers to Hard Questions About Zika Virus - The New York Times Virus Zika, Hard Questions, This Or That Questions, Guillain Barre, Baby Born, Getting Pregnant, Public Health, A Team, Pregnancy

Zika still an emergency, just a different kind, WHO Says

The change in status from a public health emergency of international concern to a longer-term problem is not a "downgrade" a top official said.

The latest on Zika, including insight into the epidemiology of the virus and news on vaccine development. Zika Virus, Company Logo, Logos, Insight, Movie Posters, Film Poster, Popcorn Posters, Logo, Billboard

Zika Resource Center

The latest on Zika, including insight into the epidemiology of the virus and news on vaccine development.

As Zika Babies Become Toddlers, Some Can’t See, Walk or Talk - The New York Times Zika Virus, 6 Month Olds, Toddlers, Babies, York, Times, Canning, Health, Children

As Zika Babies Become Toddlers, Some Can’t See, Walk or Talk - The New York Times

For decades, Zika had been relatively innocuous. A new study unravels the mystery of what caused thousands of cases of microcephaly. Zika Virus, Goats, Soda, Babies, Soft Drink, Babys, Sodas, Newborn Babies, Baby Baby

How Zika Became So Dangerous For Babies

For decades, Zika had been relatively innocuous. In 2015, that changed. A new study unravels the mystery of what caused thousands of cases of microcephaly.

What’s happened to Zika? Is the outbreak in the Americas over? Zika Virus, Naive, News Today, America, Shit Happens, Usa

What’s happened to Zika? Is the outbreak in the Americas over? - Outbreak News Today

In early 2015, a mosquito borne virus that few people heard of began it’s spread through the immunologically naive population of Latin America and the Caribbean. In 2016, 5,102 cases were reported in the U.S., including 224 locally acquired. There were 36,079 cases reported in U.S. territories. So far in 2017, the numbers are down […]

Research presented at the 2017 Annual Pediatric Academic Societies (PAS) meeting examines the similarities between Congenital Rubella Syndrome and Congenital Zika Infection. Zika Virus, Pediatrics

The Parallels Between Congenital Rubella Syndrome & Congenital Zika Infection

Research presented at the 2017 Annual Pediatric Academic Societies (PAS) meeting examines the similarities between Congenital Rubella Syndrome and Congenital Zika Infection.

Studies of infected rhesus monkeys reveal the virus’s long-term hiding places in the body. Zika Virus, Hiding Places, Nervous System, Fibromyalgia, Magazine, Global News, Hate, Hiding Spots, Physiology

Zika Virus Persists in the Nervous System and Elsewhere

Studies of infected rhesus monkeys reveal the virus’s long-term hiding places in the body.

[NOTE: This post originally appeared on the Huffington Post contributor platform, though only for a few hours. :) If you’re as sick of hearing this gaslighting bullshit as I… Liberal Democrats, Gaslighting, Zika Virus, Politics, Sayings, Funny, Medium, Lyrics, Ha Ha

Fuck Bernie Fucking Sanders

[NOTE: This post originally appeared on the Huffington Post contributor platform, though only for a few hours. :) #cantkeepanastywomandown] If you’re as sick of hearing this gaslighting bullshit as I…

Lessons learned from Zika response: Q&A with NCEZID’s Lyle Petersen Zika Virus, Public Health, Lessons Learned, No Response, Learning, Teaching, Studying

Lessons learned from Zika response: Q&A with NCEZID’s Lyle Petersen

Lyle Petersen, MD, MPH, director of the Division of Vector-Borne Diseases at CDC's National Center for Emerging and Zoonotic Infectious Diseases, shares an

America’s Next Defense Against Zika and Other Foreign Invaders - WSJ Zika Virus, Around The Worlds, America, Usa

America’s Next Defense Against Zika and Other Foreign Invaders

Experimental DNA vaccines could shield against infectious-disease outbreaks that now spread around the world with alarming speed

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