The number of U.S. newborns with syphilis doubled since 2013, reaching a 20-year high, according to a Centers for Disease Control report. It’s deadly for babies, and mirrors an increase in syphilis rates among women of childbearing age.
The number of U.S. newborns with syphilis doubled since 2013, reaching a 20-year high, according to a Centers for Disease Control report. It’s deadly for babies, and mirrors an increase in syphilis rates among women of childbearing age. Timothy D. Easley AP
The number of U.S. newborns with syphilis doubled since 2013, reaching a 20-year high, according to a Centers for Disease Control report. It’s deadly for babies, and mirrors an increase in syphilis rates among women of childbearing age. Timothy D. Easley AP

Number of U.S. babies born with syphilis is skyrocketing — with deadly results, CDC says

September 25, 2018 04:31 PM