Gov. Scott Holds Roundtable On Zika Preps In Broward Florida Governor Rick Scott is meeting with other local leaders to talk about the Zika virus.
CDC: Zika Can Be Present In Blood More Than A Week LaterThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued updated recommendations on the Zika virus Monday.
Florida Pushes For Zika Funding Amid Preps Federal funding is needed to keep up efforts to contain mosquitoes that carry the Zika virus, according to Florida mosquito control officials.
Zika 101: Prevent Spread By Protecting Yourself With the looming possibility that the Zika virus will spread through the United States - with South Florida at the forefront - prevention is key.
Miami-Dade, Broward Prep For Possible Local Zika CasesFlorida's Department of Health has not ruled out sexual transmission or travel as the source of a Miami-area woman's Zika infection.
Study: Zika Will Burn Itself Out In 3 YearsThe Zika epidemic plaguing Latin America and threatening to spread in he U.S. may burn itself over the next three years, according to British researchers.
Hefty Expenses Lead To Crowdfunding To Create A FamilyCouples unable to give birth naturally are resorting to different treatments or adoption but the expensive bills for that are leading to a new trend - crowdfunding to create their family.
When Zika Hits, A Push For Birth Control And Abortion? Amid speculation the Zika virus is coming to the United States, fears of frightening birth defects may likely be an issue prompting discussions about abortion and contraception.
180K Pacifiers Recalled Over Choking HazardAbout 180 thousand pacifiers are being recalled over a choking risk.
Study: Infants Fed Rice Products Have Higher Arsenic LevelsA new study suggests infants fed rice products have higher arsenic levels than other babies.
Industry Adopts Changes To Laundry Packets Amid Safety Concerns Detergent packets can be a convenient way to do the laundry but to a toddler they can look like candy.
CDC: Zika Definitely Causes Severe Birth DefectsThe Zika virus causes babies to be born with abnormally small heads and other defects, U.S. health officials confirmed Wednesday.

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