More Videos

Cops ask for help in finding suspected dealers that let mother OD'ed in front of her kids 4:11

Cops ask for help in finding suspected dealers that let mother OD'ed in front of her kids

Josh Richardson on career-high game vs. Clippers 3:08

Josh Richardson on career-high game vs. Clippers

State trooper revives woman on Alligator Alley 1:42

State trooper revives woman on Alligator Alley

Bam Adebayo after Heat win over Clippers 2:08

Bam Adebayo after Heat win over Clippers

Shark Valley in Everglades National Park reopens after Irma 0:34

Shark Valley in Everglades National Park reopens after Irma

Barbershop business is booming in Miami 0:53

Barbershop business is booming in Miami

What's on board the Next SpaceX cargo mission to the space station? 3:29

What's on board the Next SpaceX cargo mission to the space station?

Miami Heat guard Tyler Johnson talks about team’s mounting injuries 2:26

Miami Heat guard Tyler Johnson talks about team’s mounting injuries

Trump lauds law enforcement during FBI academy graduation, slams visa lottery system 3:23

Trump lauds law enforcement during FBI academy graduation, slams visa lottery system

Dolphins coach Adam Gase after win over Patriots 1:01

Dolphins coach Adam Gase after win over Patriots

  • 3 ways to protect yourself from Zika

    Zika outbreaks are currently happening in many countries and territories. The mosquitoes that can become infected with and spread Zika live in many parts of the world, including parts of the United States. Learn how you can protect yourself from Zika.

Zika outbreaks are currently happening in many countries and territories. The mosquitoes that can become infected with and spread Zika live in many parts of the world, including parts of the United States. Learn how you can protect yourself from Zika. Courtesy of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)
Zika outbreaks are currently happening in many countries and territories. The mosquitoes that can become infected with and spread Zika live in many parts of the world, including parts of the United States. Learn how you can protect yourself from Zika. Courtesy of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)

With Zika, learn how to protect yourself and kids from mosquitoes

July 25, 2016 09:39 PM

UPDATED July 26, 2016 08:23 PM

More Videos

Cops ask for help in finding suspected dealers that let mother OD'ed in front of her kids 4:11

Cops ask for help in finding suspected dealers that let mother OD'ed in front of her kids

Josh Richardson on career-high game vs. Clippers 3:08

Josh Richardson on career-high game vs. Clippers

State trooper revives woman on Alligator Alley 1:42

State trooper revives woman on Alligator Alley

Bam Adebayo after Heat win over Clippers 2:08

Bam Adebayo after Heat win over Clippers

Shark Valley in Everglades National Park reopens after Irma 0:34

Shark Valley in Everglades National Park reopens after Irma

Barbershop business is booming in Miami 0:53

Barbershop business is booming in Miami

What's on board the Next SpaceX cargo mission to the space station? 3:29

What's on board the Next SpaceX cargo mission to the space station?

Miami Heat guard Tyler Johnson talks about team’s mounting injuries 2:26

Miami Heat guard Tyler Johnson talks about team’s mounting injuries

Trump lauds law enforcement during FBI academy graduation, slams visa lottery system 3:23

Trump lauds law enforcement during FBI academy graduation, slams visa lottery system

Dolphins coach Adam Gase after win over Patriots 1:01

Dolphins coach Adam Gase after win over Patriots

  • It's only temporary - smartphone blindness

    Smartphone habits may force doctors to ask patients a few more questions when diagnosing vision or neurological problems. “I think if a person experiences a temporary loss of vision in one eye, that’s potentially a very important problem for which they should seek medical attention,” says Mayo Clinic neurologist Dr. Dean Wingerchuk. “But, it doesn’t always mean there’s an abnormality.”