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Venereal disease and control

Francis M. Maxin

Venereal disease and control

by Francis M. Maxin

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Published by Kendall/Hunt Pub. Co. in Dubuque, Iowa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sexually transmitted diseases.,
  • Sexually transmitted diseases -- Prevention.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementFrancis M. Maxin.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRC200 .M39
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 165 p. :
    Number of Pages165
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4886025M
    ISBN 100840315023
    LC Control Number76016265
    OCLC/WorldCa2681008

    disease and the ways in which women’s bodies represent a battleground for sexual repression and control This dissertation argues that the panic surrounding venereal disease in the twentieth century, which reached its apex during World War I, created new means in which governmental and social reform organizations acted on societal anxieties. Daniel Walther’s Sex and Control adds to this by exploring how the German colonial state approached venereal diseases across its far-flung imperial sites. While there have been a number of studies on venereal diseases and the British empire, most notably, Philippa Levine’s, Prostitution, Race and Politics, there are comparatively few which.

    Venereal disease incidence at different ages. A tabulation of 8, case reports in Indiana, Age incidence of venereal diseases Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site. Contributor: King, Mary L. Date: This book is one in a series of contemporary topics in health science for students. The first chapter deals with the behavioral aspects of venereal disease and how the disease has been affected by our changing society. Chapter 2 discusses the magnitude of the problem, presenting various maps and charts. The history of venereal disease and the progress that has been made in its treatment are.

    Each state received an appropriation for venereal disease control, based on population, ranging from $1, to Wyoming to $99, to New York. The funds were to be used for the control of venereal diseases along four lines: Establishment of venereal disease clinics in . This book is a frank survey of the problem of controlling venereal disease. It is a logical successor to two previous works dealing with venereal disease: first, the heroic "Shadow on the Land," written in by Thomas Parran, M.D., and then, four years later, "Plain Words About Venereal Disease," by .


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Venereal disease and control by Francis M. Maxin Download PDF EPUB FB2

Current Federal and local STD control programs evolved with early US military efforts to control venereal diseases. In World War I, loss of active duty time due to sick days from STDs matched troop readiness losses due to combat Venereal disease and control book and other communicable diseases (Brandt, ).

During military training young men were stationed in remote. An educational approach to venereal disease control;: A VD education guide for grades 7 through 12 Benell, Florence Belle Published by National Press ().

No Magic Bullet: A Social History of Venereal Disease in the United States Since (Oxford Paperbacks) [Brandt, Allan M.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. No Magic Bullet: A Social History of Venereal Disease in the United States Since (Oxford Paperbacks)Cited by: Get this from a library.

Milestones in venereal disease control: highlights of a half-century. [Communicable Disease Center (U.S.). Venereal Disease Branch.;]. Scabies. Scabies is an itchy infestation caused by a tiny mite that burrows into human skin to lay eggs.

It is not always an STD, as it can spread through any skin-to-skin contact. The STD Picture Cards are a combination of illustration and graphic photo representation of human male and female anatomy with sequelae related to sexually transmitted infection, particularly syphilis.

Designed primarily for use by Disease Intervention Specialists (DIS) and other health professionals, the cards are a practical, illustrative. Most prostitutes have venereal disease. Guard against venereal disease by staying away from "easy" women. Don't gamble your health away. If you do not have self-control then do not fail to take safety measures.

If you get diseased, report at once to. Traditional histories of the Civil War steer clear of sex and birth control in favor of heroes and battles. This ignores reality. Court martial records list overincidents of sexual misconduct, and the Surgeon General of the United States Army documentedcases of venereal disease in the Union Army.

The men (and women, too) who produced these alarming statistics came from all. A major turning point for the movement came during World War I, when many U.S. servicemen were diagnosed with venereal government's response included an anti-venereal disease campaign that framed sexual intercourse and contraception as issues of public health and legitimate topics of scientific research.

This was the first time a U.S. government institution had engaged in a. “Sex and Control provides the reader with a great deal of insight into the mechanisms behind both the reach of venereal disease and attempts to control it in the colonies this solidly researched study offers fascinating detail for scholars of German colonialism.

Sexually transmitted infection; Other names: Sexually transmitted diseases (STD), venereal diseases (VD) "Syphilis is a dangerous disease, but it can be cured." Poster encouraging treatment. Published between and Specialty: Infectious disease: Symptoms: None, vaginal discharge, penile discharge, ulcers on or around the genitals.

In this document collection, students will learn how to think historically by analyzing primary sources related to venereal disease control in the years during and immediately following World War I. By studying World War I through the lens of gender, sexuality, and public health, students will gain a new historical perspective of women's.

CDC grew by acquisition. The venereal disease program came to Atlanta in and with it the first Public Health Advisors, nonscience college graduates destined to play an important role in making CDC's disease-control programs work. The tuberculosis program moved. Survey of research on sexually transmitted diseases.

Atlanta, Ga.: U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, Centers for Disease Control, Center for Prevention Services, Venereal Disease Control Division, [?] (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book.

HAVEN EMERSON The Control of Venereal Disease -By R. Vonderlehr, M.D., and J. Heller, Jr., M.D. New York: Reynal & Hitchcock, pp. Price, This volume presents in non-technical language for the general reader a report to the nation of the origin and progress and present status of venereal disease control in the United States.

The Venereal Disease Visual History Archive is a project to present and make available visual culture materials related to syphilis and gonorrhea from the first half of the twentieth century that are currently scattered among different digital and traditional archives.

The primary focus is on sources related to the campaign to “stamp out” venereal disease in the s and s. THE CONTROL OF THE 'VENEREAL DISEASES thannew cases seek medical treatment each year in the United States:$ Approximately one fifth of the cases occur in persons under twenty years of age, and about six cases occur in males to four in females.

The. Venereal disease: A disease that is contracted and transmitted by sexual contact, caused by microorganisms that survive on the skin or mucus membranes, or that are transmitted via semen, vaginal secretions, or blood during intercourse. The genital areas provide a moist, warm environment that is especially conducive to the proliferation of bacteria, viruses, and yeasts, so a great many diseases.

The term sexually transmitted disease (STD) is used to refer to a condition that’s passed from one person to another through sexual contact.

You can. A Practical Essay on The Venereal Disease: To Which Are Subjoined, Observations on The Causes and Cure of Tabes Dorsalis (26th edition; London: Printed for the author, ), by J. Smyth (page images at NIH) Filed under: Syphilis -- Treatment -- Early works to.

Vintage Medical Book "Skin and Venereal Diseases" Russian medical book Antique book Gifts for doctor Hardcover USSR, Soviet Era RamonaStore out. For nearly 75 years, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has been at the forefront of protecting the United States—and the world—from threats to public health such as infectious and chronic diseases, injuries, workplace hazards.

See also, "Disease Conditions among Troops in the United States: Extracts from Telegraphic Reports Received in the Office of the Surgeon-General for the Week Ending Octo ," Journal of the American Medical Association 69 (): –6; "Venereal Disease and Birth Control," Journal of the Switchmen's Union 20 ():