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Microcephaly's Connection With Zika: Guilty Until Proven Innocent

The Zika virus rarely causes problems for the people who get it. Eighty percent don't show any symptoms, others might have a rash or a slight fever. The disease seems insignificant, but it also seems to be having a devastating effect on babies whose mothers are infected with the virus.  The Zika virus erupted in Brazil last May, and now more than 4,000 babies born there are suspected of having microcephaly, an abnormally small head. The link between Zika and microcephaly...

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