19.7 million new sexual disease infections in one year is far greater than the total of all jobs created plus all new college graduates since President Obama was first elected.For background, read Federal Disease Study Shows Sex Education Has Failed and also read Fictional 'Safe Sex' - Gov't Losing War on STDs as well as Homosexual-focused Health Care is Obama Admin. Goal
-- From "CDC: 110,197,000 Venereal Infections in U.S.; Nation Creating New STIs Faster Than New Jobs or College Grads" by Terence P. Jeffrey, CNSNews.com 3/27/13
The STI study referenced by the CDC estimated that 50 percent of the new infections in 2008 occurred among people in the 15-to-24 age bracket. In fact, of the 19,738,800 total new STIs in the United States in 2008, 9,782,650 were among Americans in the 15-to-24 age bracket.
By contrast, there were 1,524,092 bachelor’s degrees awarded in the United States in the 2007-2008 school year, according to the National Center for Education Statistics. That means the total number of new STIs in 2008 outpaced the total number of new bachelor’s degrees by nearly 13 to 1, and the number of new STIs among Americans in the 15-to-24 age bracket outnumbered new bachelor’s degrees by more than 6 to 1.
While the CDC estimates that there were 19.7 million new STIs in the United States in 2008, data published by the Bureau of Labor Statistics indicated that the total number of people employed in the country actually declined by 2.9 million during that year.
The CDC said the new venereal infections contracted each year cost the nation about $16 billion.
To read the entire article above, CLICK HERE.
From "Sexually Transmitted Infections Among US Women and Men: Prevalence and Incidence Estimates, 2008" printed in the Journal of the American Sexually Transmitted Diseases Association, March 2013 - Volume 40 - Issue 3 - p 187–193
Results: In 2008, there were an estimated 110 million prevalent STIs among women and men in the United States. Of these, more than 20% of infections (22.1 million) were among women and men aged 15 to 24 years. Approximately 19.7 million incident infections occurred in the United States in 2008; nearly 50% (9.8 million) were acquired by young women and men aged 15 to 24 years. Human papillomavirus infections, many of which are asymptomatic and do not cause disease, accounted for most of both prevalent and incident infections.
Conclusions: Sexually transmitted infections are common in the United States, with a disproportionate burden among young adolescents and adults. Public health efforts to address STIs should focus on prevention among at-risk populations to reduce the number and impact of STIs.
To read the entire study above, CLICK HERE.
From "Incidence, Prevalence, and Cost of Sexually Transmitted Infections in the United States" printed by the National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD, and TB Prevention - Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
CDC estimates that HPV accounts for the majority of newly acquired STIs. While the vast majority (90 percent) of HPV infections will go away on their own within two years and cause no harm, some of these infections will take hold and potentially lead to serious disease, including cervical cancer . . . While there is no treatment for the virus itself, there are treatments for the serious diseases that HPV can cause, and vaccines are available to prevent some types of HPV infection . . .
Most sexually active men and women will get HPV at some point in their lives. . . .
Abstaining from sex, reducing the number of sexual partners [a.k.a."life-long marriage"], and consistently and correctly using condoms are all effective STI prevention strategies. . . .
To read the entire publication above, CLICK HERE.
From "CBO: America Will Never See Full Employment Under Obama" by Terence P. Jeffrey, CNSNews.com 3/26/13
That would make Obama the only American president during the post-World War II era who never presided over a year in which the U.S. economy offered full employment to the American people.
In a blog entry published last week, CBO Director Doug Elmendorf said “we think it will take four more years to get back close to full employment.”
In fact, baseline data CBO released last month indicate . . . that actual unemployment will never drop below 6.0 percent in any quarter between now and the end of 2016.
According to CBO, unemployment will remain above 7.0 percent through the third quarter of 2015. It will then drop to 6.8 percent in the fourth quarter of 2015, and gradually decline to 6.0 percent by the fourth quarter of 2016.
To read the entire article above, CLICK HERE.
Also read study showing Abstinent Teens the Norm, Moral Sex-Ed Works - and yet Obama Funds Teaching Sex, not Abstinence
In addition, read Sexual Immorality Causes Cancer: HPV Epidemic