2 Infants Born In California With Zika-Related MicrocephalyThe babies were born to women who had Zika virus infections during pregnancy, after spending time in a country where the virus is endemic.
Zika Is No Longer There, Health Officials Warn It Is Now 'Here'More than 1,650 people in the mainland U.S. have been infected with Zika in recent months, nearly all while traveling abroad.
Riverside County Confirms First Case Of Zika VirusPublic health officials in Riverside County say they have confirmed their first case of the Zika virus in a 50-year-old man who recently traveled to the Caribbean.
UCLA Study: Zika Virus Could Mutate Rapidly, Spread Swiftly Across GlobeThe Zika virus possesses the ability to mutate rapidly, meaning the current outbreak of the virus has the potential to spread swiftly around the world, according to a UCLA study released Friday.
First Case Of Zika Virus Confirmed In Orange CountyA Costa Mesa man in his 40's contracted the virus while he was in Central America in late January, health officials said.
Southern Californians With Ties To Brazil Voice Concerns Over Zika VirusThe Zika virus has many Southern Californians concerned, especially those with ties to the hardest hit nation: Brazil.
Health Officials Looking Into 20 Potential Zika Virus Cases In LA CountyResidents are being urged to take precautions against mosquito bites, especially for those planning to travel to areas experiencing outbreaks of the Zika virus.
Leading Expert On Zika Virus Says It's Worse Than You ImaginedIt will likely be a year or more before we know how many people were infected.
World Health Leaders Call For Emergency Talks On Zika VirusWorld health leaders moved quickly Thursday to deal with the spread of the Zika virus, which has been confirmed in at least one Los Angeles County case.
Evidence Comes To Light That Mosquito-Borne Zika Virus May Be Sexually TransmittedEvidence is coming to light to suggest that mosquito-borne Zika virus may be sexually transmitted.
Fears Grow In Wake Of Confirmation Of 1 Case Of Zika Virus In LA CountyNew fears have emerged over the incurable disease Zika virus amid confirmation from health officials of one confirmed case in Los Angeles County.