Scientists found that the Zika virus could spread to the eyes and that tears may contain genetic material from the virus.
Neurotoxins sprayed in a town in South Carolina to kill Zika-carrying mosquitoes exterminate milllions of bees.
A team of researchers from John Hopkins University School of Medicine, Florida State University and national Institute of Health has identified three already existing drugs that show potential in fighting off ZIka virus.
Scientists have discovered that Zika virus could also cause sensory polyneuropathy in adults.
Health authorities warn that the Gulf Coast states are increasingly at risk of a Zika virus outbreak.
A new study showed that Zika virus could also attack immature brain cells in adult human brain.
Puerto Rico has recorded more than 10,000 Zika cases, prompting the U.S. government to declare a public health emergency in the territory.
A new Brazilian study links the 2015 Zika virus outbreak in the emergence of a rare joint deformity called arthrogryposis in newborns.
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved of the genetically modified mosquitoes on August 5.
The FDA has given the go signal for a field trial of Zika fighting genetically modified mosquitoes in Florida.
The U.S. government will start human trials for an investigational Zika vaccine in response to growing cases of local Zika transmission in the country.
With an increasing number of affected individuals in Florida, health officials warn against the possibility of more cases of locally transmitted Zika in the U.S. going forward.
Genetically modified mosquitoes released in Brazil have successfully reduced dengue cases by 91% for the year.
A woman in Utah infected with the Zika virus has died, marking the first Zika-related death in continental U.S.
Medical authorities are warning that the Zika virus may already be spreading through Texas, California, Arizona and other parts of the U.S. where the summer weather fosters an inviting habitat for mosquitoes. Outbreaks may remain hidden until mothers begin giving birth to afflicted babies.