venereal disease

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However, what particularly strikes me about this debate concerning the extension of the CD Acts is the degree of ignorance on the part of those opposing the system with regard to its results and the prevalence of venereal disease on British soil; Lowndes also sings the praises of the European system that provides more than ample hospital accommodation for venereal cases throughout the continent (38, 59).
Sanctions under Part 1 of the Article 115 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Soviet Federated Socialist Republic as of 1960 settled the indicators of "contamination of the other person with a venereal disease by a person, who knew they he/she had a venereal disease", and provided for a punishment as imprisonment for the term for up to 3 years or correctional labour works for the term of up to 1 year.
Exclusion criteria were, pregnant women with any medical disease and pregnant patients coming for Venereal Disease Research Laboratory (VDRL) test for second instance.
Prophylactic stations, of course, were integral to the American campaign to control the spread of venereal disease. The pride expressed by the Army's Medical Department in its report on how the medical officers managed to get these up and operating so quickly on the tiny island country deserves quoting at length.
Parascandola's book informs readers that in 1953, "the Eisenhower administration proposed eliminating the PHS venereal disease program because its job was essentially done." But syphilis came back, along with gonorrhea, herpes, chlamydia, and AIDS.
With reduced rates of venereal disease amongst European military personnel, the effect of the disease on Africans, including African soldiers, was once again relegated to minimal importance by the Gold Coast government.
This is a venereal disease that can be spread from the male or female by natural mating.
Laid up to recover from a toxic treatment for a venereal disease, McKay produced the previously unpublished Baudelaire-inflected cluster he titled "The Clinic" around 1923.
Parents might also be concerned if their child comes down with a venereal disease. With a school-based clinic, however, no parent need ever know what is going on in their child's life.
Lumbar puncture was performed and cerebrospinal fluid analysis revealed that his glucose level (62 mg/dl), protein level (35 mg/dl), and cell count were normal and that his fluorescent treponemal antibody absorption (FTA-ABS) and Venereal Disease Research Laboratory (VDRL) assays were nonreactive.
They teach kids, over seven, all about sex, abortion, and the morning after pill, and are aghast at the increase of venereal disease. David Steel, pictured, wants a review of the Abortion Act 1967 which has resulted in the death of six million babies.
Teenage lesbians smoke too much, a study found, and sociologists determined that teenagers who vow to remain virgins are almost as likely to catch a venereal disease as normal teens.
Flu, rubella, and venereal disease have threatened their entire population.
But an even stronger motive, perhaps, is to show that Shakespeare was everything that pieties about his "gentleness" have discounted: aggressively competitive, socially ambitious, greedy about money, uncaring about his fellow-townsmen and about the fate of his wife and younger daughter, licentious--and, at the end of his life (she speculates), crippled with venereal disease.
"Troops were warned of the dangers of venereal disease," added the researcher.