In December 2016, Puerto Rico resident Michelle Flandez holds her 2-month-old son Inti Perez, diagnosed with  microcephaly linked to the mosquito-borne Zika virus, in Bayamon, Puerto Rico. The island has more than 35,000 Zika cases, with nearly 3,000 representing pregnant women.
In December 2016, Puerto Rico resident Michelle Flandez holds her 2-month-old son Inti Perez, diagnosed with microcephaly linked to the mosquito-borne Zika virus, in Bayamon, Puerto Rico. The island has more than 35,000 Zika cases, with nearly 3,000 representing pregnant women. Carlos Giusti AP
In December 2016, Puerto Rico resident Michelle Flandez holds her 2-month-old son Inti Perez, diagnosed with microcephaly linked to the mosquito-borne Zika virus, in Bayamon, Puerto Rico. The island has more than 35,000 Zika cases, with nearly 3,000 representing pregnant women. Carlos Giusti AP

Zika caused health problems for one in seven babies. Some were not apparent at birth.

August 07, 2018 01:14 PM