Researchers from the CDC found that cases of epilepsy in Zika-exposed babies are rising.
The United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) still places a travel alert for areas the where mosquitoes that spread the Zika virus could transmit it to people.
Zika virus infection is dangerous to fetal development and only the Zika outbreak in Brazil made it to be noticed as health emergency.
There are about 20 countries in total that have been affected by the Zika virus outbreak in the Latin American region and health experts say that the list could only grow longer.
Argentine physicians point out that the microcephaly outbreak in Brazil is caused by Monsanto Larvicide and not the Zika virus.
The study was conducted among 29 babies.
Doctors learned that some Brazilian babies are suffering from a severe case of microcephaly.
Health authorities in Brazil confirmed that Zika transmission occured via blood transfusion.