Zika's symptoms are normally mild, and four out of five people who are infected show no symptoms at all. But how the virus affects infants in utero is still under investigation. Some countries where Zika is spreading have advised women to delay pregnancy, and officials in the United States have warned pregnant women against traveling to Zika-affected areas. So what is Zika? Here's a look at what you need to know about the virus.
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