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Sexually transmitted disease in Miami 2011-2012
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Sexually Transmitted Disease in Miami 2011 - 2012 Name Institutional Affiliation Abstract Sexually Transmitted Disease in Miami 2011 - 2012 Demography Characteristics of Miami Dade Miami Dade County is reportedly the “largest metropolitan area in the State of Florida, representing 13.5% of the State’s population, and the eighth largest county in the Nation” (2013 PRC Miami-Dade County Community Health Needs Assessment Household Survey Report, 2013, p.
In addition, married-couple family type also comprised as much as 64.4% of the total population in 2012; while there were a total 48.8% households with one or more people under the age of 18 (Dept. of Regulatory and Economic Resources; Economic Analysis and Policy, 2013). The map of Miami Dade County is presented as Appendix 1; while the Dade Population Characteristics as of 2011 is presented as Appendix 2. Sexually Transmitted Disease Statistics Statistics on sexually transmitted disease in Miami Dade have revealed that the health dilemma is a growing concern for health officials in Florida and in the country. As published in the Huffington Post, “statistics from the Florida Department of Health show which of the state's 67 counties have had the most and least number of new cases of sexually transmitted diseases gonorrhea, chlamydia, and infectious syphilis over the three-year-period between 2009 and 2011” (Florida STD Rates: Best And Worst Counties For Gonorrhea, Chlamydia And Syphilis , 2013). It was also revealed that Miami Dade actually ranks among the highest in terms of exhibiting the new AIDS cases in the country. ...
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