zika virus

In the future a deadly form of brain cancer, that has a prognosis of less than a year, could be treated by injecting the
The same prediction model previously predicted Zika and Ebola.
A list of the 37 viruses which pose the greatest threat to populations around the world has been revealed by scientists. It
A woman in the UK has made a full recovery after she became infected with Zika virus transmitted through sex, health officials
Brazil has been in the news a lot lately, and for good reason: weeks of top-class Olympic and Paralympic sporting events have inspired and motivated us, and although less celebrated, arguably even more critical for human health, top-class Brazilian science has been applied to address the Zika virus outbreak.
The virus 'wreaks havoc' on the learning and memory centres of the brain.
The Zika virus could cause long-term damage to adult brains, mirroring the effects of Alzheimer’s disease, a new piece of
Hundreds of thousands of people are about to descend upon Brazil for the Olympic and Paralympic Games. A country that has reported tens of thousands of potential cases of Zika virus in the past 18 months and where local transmission is still very much on-going. The impact the virus can have on unborn babies has raised concerns with athletes and supporters.
Zika poses a greater risk if you are pregnant or planning to have a baby and can have very serious consequences for the unborn child, potentially resulting in deformities and stunted growth of the head. With a month to go before the Rio Olympic Games start, here are some top tips about travelling to Zika-affected areas...
'The current explosive epidemic will burn itself out.'
The current Zika virus epidemic in Latin America is likely to burn itself out within three years, new research suggests. The
If you've decided to go to the Rio Olympics, here's what you need to know about Zika and how to protect yourself.
The first Zika virus vaccine has been approved for human clinical trials in the United States. The vaccine, which is being
'The previous recommendation suggested a period of at least four weeks, so we're upping (it).'
If you've travelled to a country where Zika virus is prevalent then you're now advised to practise safe sex, or not have
The World Health Organisation (WHO) says there is "no public health justification" for postponing or canceling the Rio de
The World Health Organisation (WHO) says there is "no public health justification" for postponing or canceling the Rio de