The biggest declines in sexual activity were among ninth and tenth graders and black and Latino teenagers, the study found.
“Our display concludes with a declaration from the #LGBTQ community: ‘we will not be erased,’” Human Rights Campaign tweeted.
“It’s not like this is about PC wording—this is about people being dead because there’s no way to serve them or research appropriate ways to serve them,” Jaime Grant, the executive director of PFLAG, told Newsweek.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports 55 cases of Campylobacter infection caused by animals from the pet store franchise.
Public health officials report that at least 39 people have become ill from Campylobacter infection linked to puppies from the retail shops.
“Don’t kiss or snuggle with your turtle,” advises the CDC. “This can increase your risk of getting sick.”
A study suggests even a 5 percent decline in MMR vaccine adherence could spark a measles outbreak in the U.S.
Public health officials argue that onscreen smoking motivates teens to use tobacco.
CDC study also shows that more patients suffering from this type of dementia are dying at home rather than in a care facility.
Experts know from the 2014 epidemic that when the deadly virus crosses borders it sticks around for awhile.
A new report from the CDC suggests the mosquito-borne virus has spiked the risk of births with microcephaly and related defects.
“I guess it just feels like you have bugs underneath your skin, crawling around in these little tunnels.”
The suicide rate for men in the farming, fishing and forestry industries in certain states is higher than that of veterans, two unrelated reports indicate.
A new report shows the U.S. had the highest rate of crash-related deaths compared with 19 other countries.
The new report finds men are most likely to use firearms, while women choose poisoning.