The Zika virus is the current suspect behind Brazil’s 4,700 reported cases of microcephaly—a birth defect where an infant’s head and brain are undersized. However, as a report submitted to the World Health Organization notes, there are a number of mysteries remaining that need to be explained before Zika can be definitively called the culprit.
Brazil’s rates of microcephaly definitely appear higher than normal. Although only 404 of the reported cases have been confirmed as microcephaly since the start of 2015, this number is still much higher than the normal 150 cases the country sees … Read More
This article Why Brazil’s Microcephaly Problem Might Not Be From Zika originally published at Daily Free Health Articles and Natural Health Advice by Adrian Newman, B.A..