According to researchers, three anti-influenza compounds also appear to be able to inhibit Zika virus infection.
Researchers report utilizing both ultrasound and MRI technology can help doctors to identify fetal brain abnormalities caused by maternal exposure to the Zika virus.
A new study reports babies born to moms who suffered from viral infections, even mild ones, while pregnant are at increased risk of brain abnormalities.
A new study reports innuendo alone in news coverage may fuel the belief in conspiracy theories. Researchers say news reports that imply correlations are enough to lead people to believe incorrect or false information.
Researchers have confirmed a key way in which the Zika virus causes damage to fetal brains.
The Zika virus migrated from the mother's bloodstream and into the placenta, where it multiplied and spread into the fetal circulation before infecting the brains of fetuses in mouse models of the disease.