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Sub-sub – groups, the report found that:men who have sex with men are 53 percent of all infections accounted for;non – Hispanic blacks accounted for 45 percent of new infections ,people in their 30s had the highest number of new HIV infections, about 50,000 men accounted for less than 30 years 34 percent all new infections,73 percent of new cases were in males recorded ,accounted for injection drug users, 12 percent of infections, andheterosexuals accounted 31 percent of new infections.While the report shows the general stability in new infections nationally, as well as reductions in new infections among both IDUs and heterosexuals over time, it also shows increases among MSM ..

CDC on the Saturday before the XVII International AIDS Conference, which opened on Sunday in Mexico City, released updated national estimates of number of annual new HIV infections in the U.S., the Washington Post reports the new data has been published Sunday in a special HIV / AIDS issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association, which was at the AIDS conference .‘We believe in kitchen that this is because child at this age many stay closer to their parents while you cook and are longer exposed to risks Until age three children have a better understanding the concept of risk. None of the kids been ‘scalding identified child deaths. ‘from hot tubs, a threat commonly other studies and one of the major causes of burns The main reason of this result might be that hot tap water may be not exceed 55 degrees centigrade by Swedish law because to the the risk of infected of legionella, ‘explains Anna Carlsson..

60 % of the children suffered injury to the hand or arms , followed by the strain , leg or foot and face Some children had injuries on over a part of your body. Notes for Editors. * Burns injury among young children a population-based study Sweden Anna Carlsson, Giggi Uden and Elizabethtown Dejin Karlsson and, Malmo University, and In other Hakansson, Malmo University Hospital, Sweden, Journal of Clinical Nursing Volume 15, pages 129-134 .