One in 7 babies prenatally exposed to Zika has health problems, CDC says

One in 7 babies prenatally exposed to Zika has health problems, CDC says
Nearly one in seven babies born to women infected with the Zika virus while pregnant had one or more health problems possibly caused by the virus, according to a Vital Signs report published Tuesday by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The problems consisted of birth defects including small head size, brain damage, eye damage and nervous system problems, such as vision and hearing impairments, as well as seizures.