Sexually transmitted infections reach all-time highs among young people.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention data from 2018 show 1.8
million cases of chlamydia, a 19% increase from four years earlier;
583,405 cases of gonorrhea, a 63% hike in the same period; 115,045 cases
of primary and secondary syphilis, a 71% jump in that time; and 1,306
cases of congenital syphilis, a 185% spike, also since 2014. Read Full Article