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Pregnant in Miami: Zika's arrival adds new anxieties
TAMPA, Fla./NEW YORK (Reuters) - Since Florida officials declared that the Zika virus is circulating in the state, Miami-area resident Karla Maguire has avoided taking her toddler son to a playground where mosquitoes may be biting. She walks her dogs less frequently and vigilantly applies bug repellant when she must go outside.
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