Zika virus can damage fetal brain late in pregnancy: Study - UPI.com
UPI reports: "The Zika virus may harm a baby's brain even if the mother is infected
just before giving birth, a new study suggests.
It had been believed that Zika infection posed a threat to a baby's
brain only if the mother was infected during the first trimester.
Since the Zika outbreak began in Brazil in April 2015, thousands of
babies have been born with the devastating birth defect known as
microcephaly, in which the head and brain are abnormally small."