From U.S. News and World Report
July 7, 2020
It’s a virus some might not even remember, but babies born to mothers infected with Zika who appeared normal at birth still experienced neurological or developmental problems, new research suggests.
A hallmark of infection with the mosquito-borne Zika virus in pregnant women is delivering a baby with an abnormally small head — a condition called microcephaly. But as children exposed to Zika in the womb are growing up, researchers are learning that it’s not only the youngsters born with microcephaly that they need to worry about.