Most adults infected with the Zika virus have no symptoms, and those who have them have mild symptoms such as fever, rash, joint pain and swelling in the eyes. These symptoms can last several days and up to a week after the initial infection. It has also been discovered that Zika infection causes neurological diseases in adults, such as Guillain-Barré syndrome (GBS). GBS is a rare disorder that can cause paralysis and sometimes death. In…"How Can The Zika Virus Affect My Family"
About Zika Virus: A single bite of mosquitoes can make you the victim of Zika virus. It is spread by infected mosquitoes, stay safe from it. It was found in 1947 in Zika valley that is situated in Central Africa, and so its named after that. It later spread to Americas, south-east, south-Asia, and Pacific region. It’s more dangerous or threatening to the new-born and fetuses as compared to grown-up children and adults. Structure of…"Zika Virus Symptoms, Treatment, and Prevention"