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Alzheimer’s disease and herpes strain linked
However, experts gave hope that people should not worry since this disease is not caused by herpes viruses. Scientists are yet to identify the exact cause for this disease although genetics, lifestyles and environmental factors could contribute as well as the observed herpes condition in the brain. Another study published in the Neuron journal revealed that people with Alzheimer’s diseases had higher levels of herpes strains 6A and 7. These strains do not cause genital herpes and cold sores but rather causes roseola in children. However, with advanced studies it would be possible to know those at risk of attack and the suitable treatment methods.
The county records exorbitant rates of STIs
The family planning aims to reduce instances of unintended pregnancies with contraceptives and other services. These services had been disrupted in January in Milwaukee health department as reported by Angela.
Clinton County records a spike in STD
However, there has been a rise in the STDs rates in this county compared to 2017 where there was a 175% increase in gonorrhea cases, 33% increase in syphilis and 13 % rise in chlamydia rates. According to the Center of Disease Control, the high rise of STDs is in women, infants, gays and the bisexual men.
Dermatologists on Front Lines of Treating STIs
It is surprising even with increased love and lust awareness; people are yet to know the ever increasing rise in statistics of the STDs with over 100 million STDs infections across the nation with 20 million being new cases. Also the half of those cases is more evident among youths aged between 15-24 years. Chlamydia, gonorrhea and syphilis cases are on the rising rate always.
Sharp increase in STIs recorded across the country
Unlike other places, data shows a rise of STD cases more in Sacramento County since 2013. Out of the 58 states in California, Sacramento County had the sixth highest rate of chlamydia, eighth highest rate of gonorrhoea and tenth highest rate of primary and secondary syphilis. In 2016, Sacramento County ranked 20th for chlamydia rates, 14th for gonorrhoea rates and 3rd for both primary and secondary syphilis.