More babies affected by Zika in Brazil
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Zika virus: Babies face problems other than microcephaly

Some Brazilian mothers infected with the Zika virus during their pregnancy, who were relieved when their babies did not have abnormally small heads, are finding that their children still face developmental problems related to the virus. Camilla Costa reports from Recife, the worst affected area.

  • 01 Feb 2017