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Short Answers to Hard Question about Zika Virus

This article will answer the basic questions about the current outbreak of the mosquito-transmitted Zika virus.
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Are you curious about the virus that the World Health Organization has labeled to be “spreading explosively,” called the Zika virus? This article will answer the basic questions about the current outbreak of the mosquito-transmitted Zika virus. Learn how the virus is spread, how it might cause brain damage in infants, and other important answers. The tropical infection, which is new to the Western Hemisphere, has doctors and health officials scrambling to control a growing outbreak that is growing. 

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