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The first studies of babies born after a virus-related birth in Brazil found no lasting damage to the brains of their mothers, according to the Brazilian Institute of Biomedical Sciences.
“These babies are not in a state of psychosis or hypochondria,” said study leader Dr. Roberto Carvalho, the head of the institute’s Center for Epidemiological Science.
“They are not showing any signs of cognitive impairment, mental retardation, and they do not show any developmental problems,” he told AFP news agency.
Brazil has experienced a major outbreak of Zika infections, which are linked to birth defects and microcephaly in children.
A study published on Monday in the British medical journal Lancet said the Zika virus “does not cause microcephela or mild cognitive impairment.”
“The findings indicate that the birth defects we have seen in the region are due to the virus, not the vaccine,” Carvalhi said.
The Zika virus is spreading in Brazil, prompting fears of more severe birth defects.
Scientists believe the virus can cause brain damage.