Zika virus outbreak

  1. The mother warriors and their Zika babies

    Mother with her children

    Three years ago, thousands of babies were born with brain damage in Brazil, after their mothers contracted the Zika virus during pregnancy - how are they doing now?

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    Video caption: Doctors believe more babies affected by Zika in Brazil

    Mothers whose babies were not born with abnormally small heads are finding out that their children still face Zika related developmental issues.

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    Video caption: Tulip Mazumdar looks ahead to the top health stories of 2017

    The BBC's Tulip Mazumdar takes a look ahead to what will be some of the key health-related stories in 2017.

  4. El Niño blamed for Zika virus outbreak

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    Video caption: A combination of drought and heavy rains is believed to have helped spread the disease

    A combination of drought and heavy rains is believed to have helped spread the disease

  5. By Smitha Mundasad

    Health reporter

    Aedes aegypti mosquitoes can spread Zika and Dengue

    Scientists are planning to release millions of modified mosquitoes in urban areas of Brazil and Colombia, in an effort to tackle Zika, dengue and chikungunya viruses.

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