An ethics group stresses the importance of including the disease’s most vulnerable population in clinical trials.
A new CDC report begins to quantify the devastating effects the virus has on children.
Chemical spraying is less sustainable than other mosquito-fighting methods, and may give people a false sense of security.
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Insects that have been implanted with a virus-blocking bacterium will finally be tested at large scales, over two cities in Brazil and Colombia.
Colder weather kills mosquitoes, but it doesn't mean the virus is no longer a threat.
Heavy rainfall means more standing water—but tropical storms have other curious links to mosquito-borne illnesses, too.
Congress finally approved a $1.1 billion deal—but Zika has already done real damage in the United States.
It appears the virus was spread through the tears or sweat of a patient with a particularly severe infection.
On living with mosquitoes in the time of Zika
The virus’s prevalence in Puerto Rico threatens disaster if Congress cannot pursue long-term action.
Scientists know the virus can be devastating to a developing fetus, but there are lingering questions about the risks of infection among newborns and young children.
Thanks to this “vertical transmission” the virus may be able to survive the winter in Aedes aegypti’s eggs.
A study in mice looks at the risks of vaginal infection.
Health officials announced Tuesday new reports of virus transmission in the state.
The CDC warned pregnant women not to travel to the area.
New research has found evidence the mosquito-borne virus can adversely affect cells necessary for replenishing damaged neurons.
Scientists are beginning to understand how Zika replicates and spreads within the womb, but they still don’t know how the virus manages to get there in the first place.
The Democratic presidential nominee urged legislators to cut their recess short and come together during brief remarks in Miami.
The child born to a mother infected with the virus died in Harris County, Texas.