Zika, Mosquitoes and How to Not Get Bitten

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Reactions Science Videos | February 08, 2016

Diseases from mosquito bites kill hundreds of thousands of people every year worldwide. Now another mosquito-borne illness is making headlines: the once-rare Zika virus. The virus has spread throughout Brazil, and the World Health Organization has declared Zika a public health emergency.

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