Zika may bring a wave of mental health problems in future years


Dado Galdieri/Bloomberg/Getty Images The emerging facts about Zika virus are painting an ever bleaker picture. We now know for sure that it can cause microcephaly in the developing fetus. Last week’s report from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in The New England Journal of Medicine confirmed strong suspicions that the virus was behind a rise in cases in South America of the condition, in which children are born with an abnormally small head and malformed brain. But given our current understanding of Zika, and the lack of a vaccine,
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