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Is there a downside to celebrating homosexuality as normal?

This article from Touchstone magazine has the numbers. The “CDC” is the government-run Centers for Disease Control.

It says:

We don’t hear much about the HIV/AIDS epidemic anymore.

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Too Few Teens Get HPV Vaccine, Health Department Says

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – Too few teens are getting the HPV vaccine, leaving them at risk for several types of cancer, according to the Centers for Disease Control. 367 more words


Good Question: Who Still Has A Landline Phone?

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – Voicemails and landlines are going the way of dial-up.

Communications company Vonage says it saw an 8 percent drop in voicemail deposits and retrievals in a six-month period between October 2013 and April 2014. 271 more words


How Clean Is The Water In Your Pool?

(CBS) — The weather is finally perfect for spending the day at the pool, but how clean is the water there?

The Centers for Disease Control says reports of illnesses associated with swimming are increasing. 380 more words


Montgomery, AL Ranked First In US for STDs

USA Today — Montgomery, Ala., has been named the most sexually diseased city in the nation, according to one group’s ranking of federal data.

The rankings, released this week and compiled by rentapplication.com, use 2013 data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. 65 more words


Seen At 11: New Report Says Red Eyes At Pool Caused By Urine, Not Chlorine

NEW YORK  (CBSNewYork) — A new report from the Centers for Disease Control shows there’s a new, sick side to summer swimming.

Before you dive into the pool, CBS2’s Kristine Johnson explains what you need to know about “what’s in the water.” 325 more words


CDC Releases Report On Danger Of Edible Marijuana, Points Out Lethal Colorado Case

DENVER (CBS4) – The legalization of recreational marijuana in Colorado has gotten the attention of national government health experts. A new report by the Centers for Disease Control focuses on a Denver incident to highlight the danger of edible marijuana. 269 more words