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  1. photo Is a Larvicide to Blame for the Zika Virus and <b>Microcephaly</b> Outbreak?Is a Larvicide to Blame for the Zika Virus and Microcephaly Outbreak?Article
    When the news first emerged linking Zika virus and microcephaly, it seemed that travel for pregnant women was going to become pretty scary. But it turns out that all is not what it seemsRead more
  2. photo CDC likely fabricating link between Zika virus and <b>microcephaly</b> cases; admits people self-immunize against Zika and that 'no single piece of evidence provides conclusive proof'CDC likely fabricating link between Zika virus and microcephaly cases; admits people self-immunize against Zika and that 'no single piece of evidence provides conclusive proof'News
    that Zika will spread even faster through sex -- as well as through mosquito bites." That same story also reports the CDC insists there is "no longer any doubt" that Zika virus causes microcephaly (abnormallyRead more
  3. photo Brazil admits Zika is not causing birth defectsBrazil admits Zika is not causing birth defectsNews
    Allegations made by the government and establishment media that birth defects in the form of microcephaly in the Americas are caused by the Zika virus are quickly waning. Doctors in BrazilRead more
  4. photo Zika Hoax: 12,000 women infected with Zika, all gave birth to healthy babiesZika Hoax: 12,000 women infected with Zika, all gave birth to healthy babiesNews
    to her fetus, resulting in an infection that may cause certain birth defects. The agency maintains that a Zika infection during pregnancy can result in microcephaly, a severe birth defect causing decreasedRead more
  5. photo Singapore: No birth defects linked to mothers diagnosed with ZikaSingapore: No birth defects linked to mothers diagnosed with ZikaNews
    , evidence continues to mount that the virus really isn't linked to widespread microcephaly in newborn babies, as is evident in the city-state of Singapore. The Straits Times reported earlier this monthRead more
  6. photo Police now using the Zika hoax to entrap public for drug possessionPolice now using the Zika hoax to entrap public for drug possessionNews
    by the virus are pregnant women, and claim that Zika causes a birth defect known as microcephaly, resulting in decreased head circumference. However, because the predicted outbreak of microcephaly did not occurRead more
  7. photo Zika hysteria could make intercourse illegal for those who are infected... similar to HIV/AIDS carriersZika hysteria could make intercourse illegal for those who are infected... similar to HIV/AIDS carriersNews
    words, the so-called "Zika virus epidemic" may be largely a hoax. To begin with, there is little evidence that the Zika virus actually has caused any cases of microcephaly, as reported by Natural NewsRead more
  8. photo Zika: a masterpiece of public mind controlZika: a masterpiece of public mind controlNews
    viral infection, which does not cause microcephaly. In the almost 70 years since the Zika virus was patented by the Rockefeller Foundation, [1] no one ever noticed any association between Zika infectionRead more
  9. photo WARNING: Experts say GM mosquitoes could transmit modified DNA to humansWARNING: Experts say GM mosquitoes could transmit modified DNA to humansNews
    behind a rash of babies born with microcephaly in Brazil, where the current outbreak began. There could be other environmental factors working in conjunction with the Zika virus, or something elseRead more
  10. photo Zika fake science back in the news; Con artists at workZika fake science back in the news; Con artists at workNews
    causes microcephaly. Until now, that doubt was widespread. Even the World Health Organization was making careful statements: "...although no definite causal link has been established between ZikaRead more

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Microcephaly

Disease

Microcephaly is a neurodevelopmental disorder. It is an important neurologic sign, but no uniformity exists in its definition. It is usually defined as a head circumference (HC) more than two standard deviations below the mean for age and gender. Some academics advocate defining it as head circumference more than three standard deviations below the mean for the age and sex. Microcephaly may be...More