The Aedes aegypti mosquito is the species most capable of transmitting the Zika virus to people. On Monday, Florida reported two more local cases of Zika in Miami-Dade County and 28 new travel-related cases statewide, including one pregnant woman.
The Aedes aegypti mosquito is the species most capable of transmitting the Zika virus to people. On Monday, Florida reported two more local cases of Zika in Miami-Dade County and 28 new travel-related cases statewide, including one pregnant woman.
The Aedes aegypti mosquito is the species most capable of transmitting the Zika virus to people. On Monday, Florida reported two more local cases of Zika in Miami-Dade County and 28 new travel-related cases statewide, including one pregnant woman.

Two new local Zika cases found in Miami

August 15, 2016 05:54 PM

UPDATED August 15, 2016 10:10 PM

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  • New high blood pressure guidelines mean 30 million more Americans have hypertension

    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.