Tuesday, December 11, 2012

NY City Plagued with Sexual Immorality Diseases

The New York City Department of Health is broadcasting the effect of a morally corrupt society.  The Department finds high rates of sexually-transmitted disease (STD), including HIV/AIDS, soaring rates for multiple STDs in some neighborhoods, and specifically warns of an outbreak of meningococcal disease caused by homosexual behavior.

For background, read New York Schools Teach Sex Performance Techniques and also read New York Schools Secretly Give 14-year-olds Morning After Pill as well as Anal Sex is Main Cause of HIV Pandemic: Study

UPDATE 4/17/13: 'New Gay Disease' Spreads in New York & California

-- From "Study Shows Soaring STD Rates In Many Areas Of New York City" posted at CBS News New York 12/10/12

The study surveyed 181 city ZIP codes for concurrence in rates of HIV/AIDS, chlamydia, gonorrhea, syphilis and hepatitis B, as well as two non-sexually-transmitted diseases – hepatitis C and tuberculosis. The diseases often occur among the same populations, the study noted.

The study said 33 percent of all the ZIP codes in New York City were in the top quintile citywide for multiple sexually-transmitted diseases during a survey taken in 2010. Among the most severe examples is ZIP code 10474 in Hunts Point, the Bronx, where rates of hepatitis C, chlamydia, gonorrhea and HIV/AIDS all ranked in the top 20 percent of all New York City ZIP codes.

Overall, the Bronx also had the greatest percentage of ZIP codes – 68 percent – in the top 20 percent citywide for multiple STDs.

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From "Tremont, Chelsea among NYC's worst neighborhoods for STDs" by Carl Campanile, New York Post 12/10/12

Singles in Manhattan’s trendiest neighborhoods are more likely to contract the nasty, sore-producing, sexually transmitted disease syphilis, a new study claims.

Nightlife areas such as SoHo, Murray Hill and the Upper West Side are home to 10 times more syphilis-infected residents than the city’s average, according to the city Department of Health.

Thirteen out of 20 of the neighborhoods with the highest HIV and syphilis rates are in Manhattan.

The Tremont section of The Bronx — where 43 percent of residents are below the federal poverty line — is home to the city’s highest STD rate, the study found.

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From "Meningitis outbreak in NY; gays warned" by Victoria Colliver, San Francisco Chronicle 12/6/12

[The New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene] issued a statement that advised all men who have sex with men to be vaccinated, regardless of whether they have HIV. They said the advisory applied especially to those who live in certain neighborhoods in Brooklyn.

In the past year, 12 cases of meningococcal disease, a severe bacterial infection that affects the tissues surrounding the brain and spinal cord, had been identified in gay men in New York. Three men were diagnosed there in the last six weeks.

. . . The new advisory also cautions men who have had contact with men they met through websites, bars, parties or digital apps since Sept. 1.

Although the vaccine can help prevent the disease, it is not used to treat it. Even if diagnosed early and treated with antibiotics, the disease can still sometimes cause permanent brain damage, hearing loss, kidney failure or even death.

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