Brain Cancer Now Leading Childhood Cancer Killer Brain cancer is now the deadliest childhood cancer in the U.S. ahead of leukemia - a result of improved leukemia treatments.
CDC: Spraying Not Possible For South Beach In Zika FightCrews will not be able to spray the South Beach area to prevent Zika due to the city's high-rise buildings and strong winds, according to the director of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
CDC: Aerial Spraying In Zika Fight A Hit Or Miss In MiamiSome of the aerial spraying to kill mosquitoes in the fight against the spread of the Zika virus is not working as expected.
CDC: 'The Key Is To Protect Pregnant Women' In Zika SpreadHealth officials said Thursday they would not be surprised if they found more locally acquired cases of the Zika virus in the Miami area of Wynwood.
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.
Gov. Scott Holds Roundtable On Zika Preps In BrowardFlorida Gov. Rick Scott met 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.
U.S. Recruiting Students To Help In Fight Against ZikaUncle Sam wants you to help in the fight to keep the Zika virus from spreading.
No Change In Autism Rate Among U.S. KidsA government report released Thursday shows no change in how common autism is among U.S. children.
Three New Cases Of Zika Virus Confirmed In Miami-DadeThree new cases of the Zika virus have been confirmed in Miami-Dade County, State surgeon General and Secretary of Healthy Dr. John Armstrong announced on Thursday.
Two New Cases Of Zika Virus Confirmed In Miami-DadeTwo new cases of the Zika virus have been confirmed in Miami-Dade County, State surgeon General and Secretary of Healthy Dr. John Armstrong announced on Tuesday.
Officials Investigate Reports Of Sexually-Transmitted Zika CasesU.S. officials are investigating more than a dozen new reports of sexually transmitted cases.

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