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"Virus spread by mosquitoes linked to rare birth defect" news article: A mosquito-borne virus may cause babies to be born with abnormally small heads. Zika virus, which first appeared in Brazil in May, causes fever, rash, vomiting, red eyes and, in some cases, death. Brazilian health officials believe that a Zika infection during pregnancy harms growing fetuses.
EBSCOhost online database: Offers a broad range of full text and bibliographic databases designed for research. Check the most recent newspaper and magazine articles from Australia regarding Zika.
Full Story - Australia Could Hold Solution to the Zika Virus: An Australian led scientific team armed with a squadron of Aussie Mozzies engineered to stop the spread of the Zika Virus are giving new hope to residents of Brazil on the eve of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.
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World Health organisation 2016, WHO: Zika virus - Questions and answers (Q&A), online video, 26 January, accessed 15 June 2016, <https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iOm15VyWlwo>.
Zika n.d., chart, Content Delivery Network, accessed 15 June 2016, <http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0668/5797/files/Zika_2048x2048.gif?14423421531355458671>.
Zika fever 2016. Britannica School. Retrieved 15 June 2016, from http://school.eb.com.au/levels/high/article/625767