STD is sexually transmitted disease which is being followed by wrong sex ways. Scientifically we may understand it as that this is a transmission of infections organism between sex partners. Here just around 20 types of STD have been found between sexual transmissions. It was just involved by the statics that around 19 million persons are being infected per year. STD among teens is increasing in order to epidemic proportions.

Here we may see what the statics say about the STD in persons:

  • This disease was come in existence in 1960, from that age it was called as STD (sexually transmitted diseases).
  • At least 25% of adults are still in net of this disease.
  • This disease is being followed by some adults Americans, according to statics it was explored that at least a one in each 5 Americans this disease is edge of other diseases.
  • The age of each American is noticed around over 12 to 15.
  • According to these statics it is 500% increased since the year 1976.
  • Some researchers showed that how the 46% of teenage girls are not aware about this disease. This is really serious mark of sexuality.
  • Each year HPV is responsible for a death of 5000 women in a year.
  • In present time some awareness is there with the people, and in 85% of peoples these symptoms were not shown.

In United States, the number of persons affected by STD (statistics say):

  • Form the viruses and bacteria: number of people affected by Chlamydia = 40 million
  • Due to trichomoniasis = over 3 million peoples were affected.
  • Gonorrhea= over 1.1 million of peoples were affected.
  • Hepatitis B affected around 300000 peoples.
  • Whether syphilis was responsible for 120000, who got affected by this disease

Statistics worldwide:

one if five people in the united states was found as a patient of STD. 2/3 of 25 age’s persons are under covered by STD, hepatitis B is now 100 times more than HIV.

So these are statics in short, say about the health tables over many years we spent.

Pneumonia is the leading single cause of death in children across the world. In fact, the number of deaths caused by Pneumonia is more than number of deaths caused by measles, malaria and AIDS combined.

Statistics related to Pneumonia

                    Pneumonia causes 19 per cent deaths in children (estimated 1.4 million children) under the age of five years every year.

                    Every year, 156 million new pneumonia cases are reported and around 8.7 per cent of these cases are severe and need hospitalization.

                    India reports maximum number of new cases of pneumonia (43 million).  China comes second with 21 million new cases and Pakistan is third in the list with 10 million new cases.

                    Every year, pneumonia causes death of 410,000 children in India.

                    Streptococcus pneumonia and Haemophilus influenza are responsible for causing pneumonia in more than 50% of all childhood cases.

                    As per the results of various studies, the mortality rate of pneumonia can be decreased by using following methods.

Effective immunization

Early diagnosis

Optimal case management

Exclusive breastfeeding for six months

Minimizing indoor air pollution

Preventive antibiotic treatment in HIV infected children

Zinc supplementation

                    Major infectious agents of Pneumonia include bacteria, viruses or fungi.

                    Addressing environmental factors, immunization, and adequate nutrition go a long way in preventing pneumonia.

                    Although Pneumonia can be treated by using antibiotics; only 30% of infected children have access to the required antibiotics.

                    Every day, an estimated 4,300 young lives are claimed by pneumonia (one young life every 20 seconds).

                    There is a huge difference in the number of pneumonia led deaths in children in developed and developing countries. An estimated 98 percent of children who died due to pneumonia belong to developing countries.

                    For every death of child due to pneumonia in developed nations, there are 2,000 children that die in developing countries.

                    Only 1 out of every 5 infected children receives antibiotics for treating pneumonia.