Monthly Archives: December 2012

STD screening guidelines — U.S. Preventive Services Task Force

Why are all the (pregnant women) in parenthesis?

The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) was convened by the Public Health Service to rigorously evaluate clinical research in order to assess the merits of preventive measures, including screening tests, counseling, immunizations, and preventive medications.

Recommendations for Adults

Infectious Diseases

Bacteriuria: Screening (2008)
Chlamydial Infection: Screening (2007)
Gonorrhea: Screening (2005)
Hepatitis B Virus Infection: Screening (2004)
Hepatitis B Virus Infection (Pregnant Women): Screening (2009)
Hepatitis C Virus Infection: Screening (2004)
Herpes Simplex, Genital: Screening (2005)
Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) Infection: Screening (2005)
Immunizations, Adult
Postexposure Prophylaxis for Selected Infectious Diseases: Preventive Medication (Inactive)
Rubella: Immunizations (1996)
Rubella: Screening (1996)
Sexually Transmitted Infections: Counseling (2008)
Syphilis: Screening (2004)
Syphilis (Pregnant Women): Screening (2009)
Tuberculosis Infection: Screening (1996)

herro kiffy

This is one of them things on the hyper text transfer protocol interwebdubois.

Purpose:  connection.

I am wondering yesterday what courage is, or even if it is, 
if it can still apply in modern times...  
This statement suggests that beauty, fear, and courage are real... 
It is in thinking of YOU, finally, that I understand...
Je me demande hier ce que c'est que le courage, ou mémé si il existe,
si ça peu encore s'appliquer dans les temps modernes...
Cette expression ci-dessus suggère que la beauté, la peur, et le courage sommes réales...
C'est en pensant a TOI, finalement, que je comprends...


Love,   -Elliot