Zika Virus Prompts Pregnancy Advisories And More CDC Travel Warnings
Countries in South America and Central America are urging women not to get pregnant because of the suspected birth defect the virus might cause.By Samantha Crook | January 23, 2016
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is adding travel advisories for more countries because of the Zika virus.
The virus is particularly concerning for pregnant women because of a possible link between Zika and abnormal brain development in babies called microcephaly, though that link isn't definitive. (Video via CBS)