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.
The experts warn that the danger of the outbreak would be critical if the virus begins to spread by the same mosquito that transmits Zika virus. The Brazil Yellow Fever Outbreak has been ongoing since December 2016.
Zika virus infection is dangerous to fetal development and only the Zika outbreak in Brazil made it to be noticed as health emergency.
A recent study by scientists at the University of Maryland School of Medicine (UMSOM) has identified seven key proteins in the Zika virus that may be the major cause of the damage in Zika virus.
A new study led by UCLA finds that abnormalities linked to Zika that occur in fetuses are more extensive and severe, than previously thought.
A study shows the effects of Zika Virus on women who were exposed to the virus while pregnant in other countries and then came to the United States.
On December 07, Spanish researchers reported more evidence of Zika Viremia in the fetus or placenta.