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The Top Article of the Week
Zika Virus Infection Update #1 – Dr. Paul Herscu, ND, MPH
The Zika virus, a mosquito transmitted virus virtually unknown in the Northern Hemisphere, has become common vernacular, and appears to be creating more questions than answers at this time of uncertainty regarding it’s influence on health and development. While just a few weeks ago there was global concern about its influence on prenatal development and microencephaly, these concerns have shifted towards the relationship of this condition with changing diagnostic criteria, vaccinations, as well as pesticide use. While it may take years to fully understand this current day medical conundrum, as health care practitioners we try to make sense of the current knowledge, hoping to be up-to-date with reliable, emerging information to help our clients during times of uncertainty.
Our Best Article of the Week by Dr. Paul Herscu, ND, MPH, presents an interpretation of the current state of knowledge regarding the Zika virus, providing clarity when there are so many unknowns as well an abundance of questionable informational resources. While questions regarding this virus will continue to emerge, as health care practitioners we have the tools to make sense of these unknowns, helping our clients make solid decisions about their health even in these times of ambiguity.
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