When a health issue only affects pregnant women, the pool of at-risk patients is constantly changing.
Ariel Zirulnick / June 14, 2017
The head of the Center for Disease Control came to Miami to talk about our Zika response and the future of the virus.
Ariel Zirulnick / November 1, 2016
Some say Little River isn’t getting the same attention Wynwood and Miami Beach did when it comes to Zika.
Roshan Nebhrajani / October 28, 2016
While reporting in Miami Beach, we encountered tons of protesters who said they weren’t convinced that Zika actually caused microcephaly. We asked a few experts to explain it.
Roshan Nebhrajani / October 3, 2016
Some Miami Beach residents do not want the county to keep spraying naled, and they made that pretty clear at a commission meeting on Wednesday. Here’s what went down.
Roshan Nebhrajani / September 14, 2016
In Miami Beach, residents are left choosing between a virus and a toxic pesticide. And a government that isn’t exactly being the most forthcoming with information.
Roshan Nebhrajani / September 13, 2016
Puerto Rico is facing a tremendous Zika outbreak, but the island has fought hard against insecticides to control it. Mosquito researcher Tanjim Hossein set out to find out why.
[email protected] / August 28, 2016
What’s the test you take if you think you have Zika, why your doctor might not test you, and other questions you might be asking yourself.
Roshan Nebhrajani / August 16, 2016
We’re using a bunch of chemicals to kill all these mosquitoes — but are they actually safe? And what’s the big deal with naled? We asked the experts.
Christina Frigo was in her third trimester when the Zika virus reached Miami. She’s fortunate enough to be able to leave, but worries for all the expectant mothers who can’t.
[email protected] / August 15, 2016