In response to a jump in syphilis cases in recent years.

In response to a jump in syphilis cases in recent years, the Cincinnati Health Department is preparing to launch a campaign about the sexually transmitted infection, the Cincinnati Enquirer reported. In 2007, 56 people for for syphilis at the health department. This number rose to 70 in 2008 and 171 in 2009. Judith Feinberg, an infectious disease expert at the University of Cincinnati, said increases in syphilis can predict increases in other STIs, such as HIV and hepatitis C.

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‘We have no future data for these girls and so we can only speculate that girl in the high risk group is of developing metabolic syndrome, heart disease or with type 2 diabetes, ‘she adds.

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