Brazil Zika Reports: 91,387 cases of Zika Virus infection confirmed

Brazil Zika Reports: 91,387 cases of Zika Virus infection confirmed

Brazil: Over Ninety- One Thousands of the cases of affected people due to Zika virus are confirmed by Brazil for this year. As per the Health Ministry from Brazil the exact number is 91,387 cases, and this also include the pregnant women about 7,584 in number who are considered at the risk of having babies with birth defects. Yesterday, on 26th day of April, the said numbers were confirmed by the Health Ministry and they also found stated that such number inferring the conclusions that the incidents of Zika virus…

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New Study shows early ultrasounds may not spot microcephaly in pregnant woman affected with Zika Virus

New Study shows early ultrasounds may not spot microcephaly in pregnant woman affected with Zika Virus

United States: The New Study reveals that the three time ultrasounds done in the early weeks of the pregnancy in the Woman cannot show signs of brain damage in the foetus, however, it was later diagnosed with the birth defect microcephaly, as per the researchers. The scientists from the United States, found that the Woman whom such experiment was effected was Finnish one living in United States and was notably, infected by ‘Zika virus’. Even after three ultrasounds which were done in the early weeks of the pregnancy, the researchers…

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Spread of the deadly disease: Zika virus reaches Bangladesh

Spread of the deadly disease: Zika virus reaches Bangladesh

Bangladesh: A person, who lives in Chittagong, which is a port city in the south eastern part of Bangladesh is the first case of Zika in Bangladesh. Junior minister for health Zahid Maleque in a news conference told that the person was doing well and none of the relatives in Bangladesh were affected. He had also never travelled out of Bangladesh as was said by Mahmudur Rahman, director of ministry’s Institute of Epidemiology, Disease Control and Research. Between 2014 and 2015, 1000 people were tested for fever and their blood…

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