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  • Stds Essay

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    This chart above shows the magnitude of how STDs affect adolescents and young adults. When broken down, between 2015-2016 among 15-19 years the rate of reported cases of chlamydia increased 4.0% (1,854.2 to 1,929.2 per 100,000), those 20-24 years rate increased 1.9% (2,594.5 to 2,643.8 per 100,000), and the age-specific rate of chlamydia in 2016 among 15-19 was 1,929.2 per 100,000 and among 20-24 was 2,643.8 per 100,000 (2016 Sexually, 2017). Which shows that chlamydia cases are highest among adolescents

  • Stds Essay

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    of sexually transmitted diseases(STD) caused by a lack of carefulness and overall disregard for general health and sexual standards. Americans have been engaged in premarital sex at an increasing rate since 2004 with 94% of the interviewed population stating they have had sex before marriage. This increase in “pleasure sex” has exposed much of America to STD’s and the resulting outbreak has been catastrophic. With an average of one out of four people carrying an STD even though they may not possess

  • Essay On Stds

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    Anyone who is sexually active can acquire an STD. However, the CDC states that “while sexually transmitted diseases affect individuals of all ages, STDs take a particularly heavy toll on young people. CDC estimates that youth ages 15-24 make up just over one quarter of the sexually active population, but account for half of the 20 million new sexually transmitted infections that occur in the United States each year” (CDC, 2017). STDs are an apparent problem in the United States and a growing problem

  • Stds Essay

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    sexualy transmitted diseases(STD) caused by a lack of carefulness and overall disregard for general health and sexual standards. Americans have been engaging in premarital sex at an increasing rate since 2004 with 94% of the interviewed population stating they have had sex before marriage. This has increase in “pleasure sex” has exposed much of America to STD’s and the resulting outbreak has been catastrophic. With an average of one out of four people carrying and STD even though they may not possess

  • Essay On STD

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    Objective 2 Next, within the next 10 years, the Bronx community will illustrate and explain the positive uses of the physical examinations to decrease the mortality and morbidity rates from late stage STD diagnosis by utilizing appropriate therapies. STDs cause complications that can advance to “emotional suffering, including infertility, ectopic pregnancy, cancer, and death” (Ignatavicius, 2016). In 2017, CDC stated that the number of HIV diagnoses were 39,513 cases followed by a mortality rate

  • Essay on STDs

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    I chose do my biology report on Sexually Transmitted Diseases because STDs are becoming a concern for Americans and especially American teens. There are two kinds of STDs, viral and bacterial. Viral Studs are incurable; the most common viral Studs are HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis B, herpes, and HPV. Bacterial STDs are curable. The most common bacterial STDs are gonorrhea, chlamydia, and syphilis. STDs, are also known as venereal diseases, is a term that refers to more than 50 diseases and syndromes which

  • Essay On Stds

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    Here we see the Healthy People 2020 (2017) STD goal, they recognize that there are over 35 “infectious organisms” which are transmitted via sexual activity, they also reference the CDCs assertion that there are around 20 million new STD cases a year, and argue that STDs are costing the U.S. healthcare system around $16 billion a year. They do not specify how much of that cost can be associated to the 13-24 year old population, however, we can look at other noted statistics showing that this group

  • Std Essay

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    CDC report states that states that 1 in 4 college students are infected with an STD. Wishing the problem away simply wouldn’t solve it. Untreated STDs are dangerous to personal and public health, and some last a life time. And can destroy other organs (long term effects). Gonorrhea can lead to sterility in men. Syphilis can cause numbness, blindness and even death. STDS are also dangerous to public health. Many STDs are transmittable through shared public utilities like restrooms Orientation

  • Essay about STDs

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    STDs Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) are very common in today’s society. They represent a threat to humans because when they cannot be treated, they can become an epidemic, such as AIDS. Although STDs can affect people of all ages, young people – especially college students - between the ages of 19 and 25 are the most affected (American Social Health Association). There are three types of STDs: bacterial, viral and parasitic. In this essay, we will study one disease from each category by analyzing

  • Std Research Paper

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    sexually active. One needs to know that there is a possibility of receiving an STD. There are chances in which they can be cured but for some, it isn’t an option. An alternative may be to slow it down, but it will remain inside of you gradually weakening the immune system. It is all caused

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