The Zika virus has been known for quite some time, but it gained notoriety recently due to its possible linkage to birth defects.
Science News has a summary report on Zika virus:
A report on the studies of its possible linkage to microcephaly, a birth defect of babies with undersized and underdeveloped brains:
In short, studies are continuing, evidence is mounting, but still not quite a confirmation.
(Score: 2) by deimtee on Tuesday March 29 2016, @10:49AM
"Under the most carefully controlled conditions of light, temperature, humidity, pressure, and nutrient concentrations, the organism will do whatever it damn well pleases."
- every biologist ever.
No problem is insoluble, but at Ksp = 2.943×10−25 Mercury Sulphide comes close.
(Score: 1, Interesting) by Anonymous Coward on Tuesday March 29 2016, @11:03AM
That is just because hey are bad at their jobs. My experience was very similar to this:
People in these areas do NOT want to do the necessary work, they prefer to come up with excuses about how it is all "so complicated".
(Score: 0) by Anonymous Coward on Tuesday March 29 2016, @02:45PM
Infectious disease is easier to demonstrate than psychology studies.