What does the spread of Zika virus mean for your family?

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The spread of Zika internationally is causing great concern.

The World Health Organization has declared it a global health emergency.

What does that mean for you and your family? Dr. Marcy Maguire from Reproductive Medicine Associates of New Jersey and Christine Gorman from Scientific American Editor join us.

As the WHO and the Center for Disease Control and Prevention continue to alert the public about the Zika virus, there's another concern -- travel.

This is the time of the year many of us are looking for a warm weather getaway -- but with the latest health scare, perhaps you want to change your plans.

Jaime Freedman, Travelzoo publisher, has helpful advice for travelers.

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