People who rate themselves as highly knowledgeable about new viral infection threats could also be more likely to believe they don't know enough.
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 in the Journal of Experimental Medicine report Zika virus could be used to target and treat glioblastoma brain cancer. Researchers found a mouse adapted strain of Zika slowed tumor growth and extended life span in mice with glioblastoma.
Researchers report low daily doses of a drug used for anxiety can help protect the developing brain from the neurodevelopmental side effects of CMV infection.
According to researchers, three anti-influenza compounds also appear to be able to inhibit Zika virus infection.
Researchers discover an antibiotic, that is safe to use during pregnancy, can help to prevent the Zika virus from infecting certain fetal brain cells.
A new mouse model, that closely mimics fetal brain abnormalities cause by the Zika virus, may help researchers better understand how the infection affects different cells in the developing brain.
A new study could help explain why children born to mothers infected by Zika are more likely to have microcephaly.