Healthy babies exposed to Zika in the womb may suffer developmental delays

A small group of toddlers in Colombia missed milestones for movement and social interaction

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Neurologist Sarah Mulkey (left) assesses a 5-month-old baby in Colombia who was exposed to the Zika virus in the womb. The baby, born healthy, is part of a group of infants who were followed to screen for developmental issues.

Children’s National Hospital

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