A University of Miami team from the Miller School of Medicine tests a teenager for a sexually transmitted disease during a health fair in Miami in 2015. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported Tuesday that the number of babies born with syphilis has more than doubled since 2013, with Florida among five states that account for a majority of the rise.
A University of Miami team from the Miller School of Medicine tests a teenager for a sexually transmitted disease during a health fair in Miami in 2015. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported Tuesday that the number of babies born with syphilis has more than doubled since 2013, with Florida among five states that account for a majority of the rise. CARL JUSTE Miami Herald File
A University of Miami team from the Miller School of Medicine tests a teenager for a sexually transmitted disease during a health fair in Miami in 2015. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported Tuesday that the number of babies born with syphilis has more than doubled since 2013, with Florida among five states that account for a majority of the rise. CARL JUSTE Miami Herald File