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We’re still finding new ways in which the Zika virus hurts infants
Zika causes neurodevelopmental delays in one-third of infants, according to a new study.
How many mosquitoes can you squish into a syringe? Scientists may finally have an answer.
It might be a pretty important question.
Scientists used Zika to kill aggressive brain cancer cells in mice
If it works in humans, it could help eliminate one of the deadliest forms of cancer.
When a hurricane finally passes, it spreads deadly disease in its wake
The end of a storm can spell the beginning of a disaster.
Trump’s pick for the Office of Management and Budget questions why the government funds science
Holding the purse strings
You could get both Zika and chikungunya from one stupid mosquito bite
North American mosquitoes can carry a lot of viral baggage
This “Just Add Water” Chemistry Kit Can Create On-Demand Drugs And Vaccines
To help save this world and the next
South Carolina Accidentally Sprayed Millions Of Bees With Pesticides
The bugs were caught in the crossfire of an attempt to take out mosquitoes
Mosquitoes Can Pass Zika Along To Offspring
A new study indicates that the virus may persist through winter