Zika Virus update
Zika Virus: CDC Warns Spring Travellers
We have not heard about Zika virus news lately but it does not mean it is totally gone. In fact the number of people infected might increase during the spring season. Experts suggests that people should be cautious about it.
New Zika Vaccine Could Protect With A Single Dose
A new Zika vaccine is showing potential to protect against the virus with one dose. A research team led by scientists from the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania reported this week that preclinical test shows promising immune responses to both mice and monkeys. They have observed speedy effectiveness of the vaccine.
Find Out Why Connecticut’s Protein Sciences Corp Is Making Its Waves On Zika Vaccine, Can They Finally Hold The Answer To The Problem?
Considering the continuous quest of scientists in looking for the right amount of solution to the long dreaded Zika virus, can Connecticut’s Protein Sciences Corp finally hold the key in putting a stop to the problem? Find out what health experts have to say
Immature Zika Virus Study Could Explain More About Disease Transmission
A recent study details the structure of immature Zika virus, which researchers believes can explain how the virus spreads and can help in developing vaccines.
Everything You Have To Know About Why Zika Virus Will Not Likely Take Place In The US As Revealed By Health Experts, Details Inside
With the Zika virus starting to become a global pandemic disease, how did a number of health experts come up with their conclusion that Zika outbreak is not likely to take place in the US? Does it mean that the country will ever be safe from the said disease? Here’s what health authorities have to reveal
Zika Virus Imminent Threat To Babies
It is a public health epidemic concern for the world. 69 countries have seen the Zika virus emerges for the last two years. We are talking about a virus that causes long-term brain damage and disability, which is a huge emotional burden to families.
El Niño And Climate Change Blamed For Zika Virus Outbreak
Temperature conditions were exceptionally conducive for mosquito-borne transmission of Zika virus over South America in 2015, related to the El Nino phenomenon superimposed on the global warming trend,