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Gender Reveal Parties Become All The RageGender reveal parties have become all the rage.
Don't Let Zika Guard Down, Science SaysWhile Zika may not seem as much as a threat as last summer, don't let your guard down especially if you are or trying to get pregnant. 
Study: Zika Hit Florida Months Before Infections Found In MiamiZika started spreading in Florida mosquitoes about three months before infections showed up in Miami last summer and it was probably carried in by travelers from the Caribbean, research suggests.
Artificial Womb Helps Tiny Lambs Grow, Promising For PreemiesResearchers have created an artificial womb meant to improve care for premature babies and animal testing suggests the first-of-its-kind womb might work.
New Jersey Becomes First State To Offer Free Baby Boxes For NewbornsFree Baby Boxes are now being offered in New Jersey to prevent Sudden Infant Death Syndrome.
Miami Mother Copes With Zika-Related Effects In NewbornMaria Mendoza's daughter, Micaela, was born with health issues related to the Zika virus.
Volunteers Sought As Race To Develop Zika Vaccine Heats UpVolunteers willing to be infected with the Zika virus are wanted.
Locally Acquired Zika Cases Hit 30 Amid Stepped Up Mosquito Control Florida health officials said there are two more cases of locally acquired Zika virus in Miami-Dade County - totaling 30 local transmissions as of Monday.
EPA: Insecticide Used To Fight Zika Is SafeHealth officials in South Florida have started attacking from the air to try to wipe out the mosquitoes that carry the Zika virus.
Locally Acquired Zika Cases Rises To 15 In South FloridaThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is finding it more difficult than it originally thought to wipe out mosquitoes that may be carrying the Zika virus in Miami.
10 More Non-Travel Related Zika Cases Found In South FloridaLocal and state health officials say they are doing all they can to combat the spread of the Zika virus but it's now up to Florida citizens to help hinder its spread.
Florida Gov. Scott: '4 People Likely Have Zika From Local Mosquito Bite' Four people who have non-travel related Zika virus got it in South Florida, Florida Governor Rick Scott announced Friday.

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