This pregnant woman developed a rash after contracting the Zika virus. Physicians from the University of Miami Health System treated her and wrote a case study about her rash in the New England Journal of Medicine. She eventually delivered a full-term infant, who tested negative for Zika.
This pregnant woman developed a rash after contracting the Zika virus. Physicians from the University of Miami Health System treated her and wrote a case study about her rash in the New England Journal of Medicine. She eventually delivered a full-term infant, who tested negative for Zika. New England Journal of Medicine
This pregnant woman developed a rash after contracting the Zika virus. Physicians from the University of Miami Health System treated her and wrote a case study about her rash in the New England Journal of Medicine. She eventually delivered a full-term infant, who tested negative for Zika. New England Journal of Medicine

Doctors detail skin rash on first Miami pregnant woman with Zika

January 11, 2017 02:57 PM

UPDATED January 16, 2017 06:51 PM

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    Under the new guidelines, the number of adults with high blood pressure will rise to 103 million from 72 million. Hypertension is the leading cause of heart disease and heart-related deaths in the U.S. and worldwide.