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A Brazilian baby with brain damage caused by Zika virus stayed infected for more than two months after he was born, doctors reported Wednesday.More
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Florida reported a new homegrown case of Zika virus Wednesday, this one in Palm Beach County.More
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A year after he got a face transplant, Patrick Hardison is driving, swimming with his kids, and walking down the street without getting stares.More
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Doctors found to have sexually abused patients aren't usually punished and can return to practice after "treatment", an investigation has found.More
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Sebastian DeLeon, 16, is just one of four people in the United States who have survived a Naegleria fowleri infection in the past 50 years.More
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Zika has now caused two separate outbreaks in the Miami area, infecting tourists from Texas, New York and Taiwan. Americans are starting to worry.More
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Missing brain tissue. Deformed spinal cords. Folded skills. The images of Zika's brain destruction are horrifying.More
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