In “To Your Health,” the Washington Post (12/14, Sun) reports the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued a travel advisory urging pregnant women traveling to Brownsville, TX to consider postponing their trip after five local cases of Zika virus infections were reported. The Post specifies the advisory “applies to pregnant women, women of reproductive age and their sexual partners who live in or visited Brownsville on or after Oct. 29.” The CDC is also “recommending that local pregnant women and their partners be aware of Zika transmission and take strict precautions to prevent mosquito bites.”