The Mysterious Case of Zika-Microcephaly’s Disappearance

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In 2015, a viral pandemic from Northeast Brazil exploded into the news, supported by breathless public health alarms that Zika — a flavivirus acknowledged for decades as harmless — was now suddenly responsible for congenital microcephaly (babies with small heads; diminished intellect). Massive panic predictably ensued.


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