Malaria Drug Could Prevent Zika Virus Passing From Mother To Fetus
New research suggests the malaria drug hydroxychloroquine may prevent Zika in mothers from passing to her fetus.
Zika Virus Likely Always Transfers From Mother To Child, Report Says
New research suggests that Zika may be transmitted from mother to fetus at at much higher rate than previously thought, and may cause eye problems.
Zika Virus May Shrink Testes And Cause Fertility Problems
New research has found that the Zika virus shrinks the testes of mice and may do the same in humans.
Why Does Zika Cause Microcephaly And Other Viruses Don't?
Researchers have identified a clue as to why Zika can infect children while in the womb.
New Zika Vaccine Candidate May Be Strongest Yet
A new study has revealed a promising new vaccine candidate for Zika virus that could be more effective and less expensive than traditional vaccines.
We Now Have A Better, Faster Test For Zika Virus
A collaborative team of scientists have developed a test for Zika virus that is faster and more accurate than those currently available.
Winter Doesn’t Mean The End Of Zika
A new paper has explained how the cold weather doesn't necessarily mean all our Zika fears are gone just yet.
Zika Virus Linked To Glaucoma In Infant
Can Zika cause glaucoma in infants if they were exposed to the virus during gestation?
Zika Virus May Affect Men's Testosterone Levels And Fertility
Zika Virus is a worldwide epidemic that affects unborn children, but does it also affect men's fertility? A new mouse study suggests it might.
Zika Virus Can Hide In The Vagina For At Least Two Weeks
Scientists find the Zika virus in a 26-year woman's vagina two weeks after infection, and nearly 3 months later in her blood.
Will Hurricane Matthew Worsen The Spread Of Zika?
What factors following Hurricane Matthew could affect the spread of the Zika Virus?
CDC Updates Recommendations On Zika Pregnancy Risks
The CDC has updated some recommendations for those exposed to and infected with the Zika virus.