STD Rates in Florida

Florida Counties by STD Rate:

Total Gonorrhea, Chlamydia & Infectious Syphilis, 2015

* – Indicates the county rate is statistically significantly different from the statewide rate. Sorted by Rate from highest to lowest.

Rank County Count Denom Rate
1 Leon 3,873 284,739 1,360.2*
2 Alachua 2,792 253,751 1,100.3*
3 Gadsden 504 48,405 1,041.2*
4 Duval 8,903 901,214 987.9*
5 Escambia 2,657 306,236 867.6*
6 Hamilton 126 14,693 857.6*
7 Orange 10,464 1,265,035 827.2*
8 Hillsborough 9,881 1,334,792 740.3*
9 Union 117 15,909 735.4*
10 Broward 12,886 1,821,973 707.3*
11 Hendry 251 38,069 659.3
12 Bay 1,129 172,972 652.7*
13 Jackson 328 50,336 651.6
14 Putnam 466 72,632 641.6
15 Polk 4,016 637,492 630.0*
16 Pinellas 5,760 942,831 610.9*
17 Bradford 169 27,714 609.8
18 Okaloosa 1,171 192,675 607.8
19 Jefferson 87 14,675 592.8
20 Taylor 135 22,999 587
21 Miami-Dade 14,956 2,651,194 564.1*
22 Manatee 1,948 347,271 560.9*
23 Columbia 364 68,523 531.2*
24 Osceola 1,600 308,779 518.2*
25 Suwannee 228 44,886 508.0*
26 Wakulla 160 31,546 507.2*
27 Madison 98 19,327 507.1
28 Okeechobee 201 40,083 501.5*
29 Baker 135 27,483 491.2*
30 Palm Beach 6,755 1,381,631 488.9*
31 Hardee 135 27,693 487.5*
32 Marion 1,656 342,830 483.0*
33 Seminole 2,083 444,122 469.0*
34 Levy 191 40,848 467.6*
35 Volusia 2,302 508,743 452.5*
36 St. Lucie 1,294 287,365 450.3*
37 Calhoun 65 14,594 445.4*
38 Lee 3,000 674,906 444.5*
39 Clay 855 202,858 421.5*
40 Washington 106 25,289 419.2*
41 Walton 258 61,664 418.4*
42 Lake 1,298 319,258 406.6*
43 Franklin 48 11,841 405.4*
44 Liberty 35 8,718 401.5*
45 Brevard 2,190 559,019 391.8*
46 Holmes 74 20,089 368.4*
47 DeSoto 126 34,419 366.1*
48 Flagler 372 102,737 362.1*
49 Indian River 516 143,742 359.0*
50 Gulf 59 16,490 357.8*
51 Santa Rosa 564 164,205 343.5*
52 St. Johns 721 216,669 332.8*
53 Monroe 246 74,093 332.0*
54 Pasco 1,633 492,512 331.6*
55 Glades 43 12,988 331.1*
56 Sarasota 1,272 391,450 324.9*
57 Dixie 54 16,696 323.4*
58 Nassau 240 77,217 310.8*
59 Hernando 548 178,019 307.8*
60 Highlands 305 101,044 301.8*
61 Gilchrist 51 16,905 301.7*
62 Collier 1,001 345,013 290.1*
63 Martin 423 150,164 281.7*
64 Citrus 343 142,941 240.0*
65 Charlotte 389 166,505 233.6*
66 Lafayette 20 8,723 229.3*
67 Sumter 253 118,504 213.5*

Rates Versus Counts:

Rates and counts are often used by epidemiologists to describe disease in a population. Though both rates and counts can be fairly simple to calculate, it is important to understand how they are used, how they differ and how to interpret them.

Counts, also called frequencies, are fairly straightforward. Counts are the total number of events that occur in a defined period of time. The total number of cases of Salmonellosis reported in Houston during 2000 would be an example of a count or frequency, e.g. in 2000, 227 cases of Salmonellosis were reported.

Rates are the number of events that occur in a defined period of time, divided by the average population at risk of that event. In order to estimate the rate of Salmonellosis in Houston during 2000, divide the number of reports of Salmonellosis in 2000 by the population of Houston in 2000. This is roughly equivalent to calculating the percent of people with Salmonellosis in Houston in 2000, e.g. cases in 2000 Population in 2000 = 227 1,953,631 = 0.00012.

Source:

http://www.flhealthcharts.com/charts/OtherIndicators/NonVitalIndNoGrpDataViewer.aspx?cid=0203

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Lazy Person’s Guide to Surviving a Hurricane like a Pro

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So, the mad scramble begins. Stores are shutting down, gas stations are wrapping up their pumps, and people are panicking… especially the newbies here.

Veteran Florida People are not worried.

How can you, as a non-native who failed to buy supplies ahead of time, survive this storm? Well it’s very easy. Learn from the locals, and you will be just fine. Hopefully one or two little markets are still open and you can fight the crowds to do some last minute shopping, if not just ignore the first couple of tips. Full Story »

Florida Man seeks threesome to ‘ride out the hericane’

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Just in case you’re interested, here’s the original link:

https://keys.craigslist.org/m4w/d/do-you-need-place-to-ride-out/6296305618.html


do you need a place to ride out storm (jacksonville)

hello ladys single man here looking for any single women needing a place to stay in Jacksonville to ride out the hericane i live alone but hate to sleep alone its more fun to cuddle hold someone i dont smoke drink or do drugs but 420 friendly.i have a clean home with room to spare im white 5 8 160 blue eyes and lonely ive always wanted to be with 2 women at once so we can work something out lol you must respond with picture and tell me what you want to do or looking for if youre looking for something long term with a good man 50 dont look it or act it lol no picture no reply i like younger women age is just a number if you send a phone nuber with your picture ill call you not text call if i cant talk to you im not interested plain and simple too old for games

post id: 6296305618

body: athletic
height: 5’8″ (172cm)
status: single
florida: florida
age: 50

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Greedy Bitches

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If you’re one of the people who bought 6 months worth of bottled water and gas right at the last minute, you just fucked over thousands of people by preventing them from having any at all. You have a moral responsibility to share if this storm really does do some damage. Don’t be a greedy bitch.

Evacuations = Instant Concealed Weapon Licenses for Everyone in Florida

Thanks to an amendment made in 2015 by Rick Scott, anytime Florida issues a mandatory evacuation, you are automatically allowed to carry a concealed weapon, even if you don’t have a concealed weapon license.

https://www.flsenate.gov/Session/Bill/2015/0290/BillText/er/PDF

2015-concealed-weapon-bill-evacuation.pdf

This is great news for everyone.

Now we can shoot back at any hurricane that threatens us. Lock and load, muthafucka.

One argument for this absurd amendment is that looters could potentially steal leftover guns in people’s homes. Every single one of the responsible gun owners I know has a concealed weapon license already. Also, you can legally carry a gun that’s safely locked up in your trunk without a concealed weapon license, so the argument about looters is complete bullshit. This amendment is not only hilariously unnecessary, but dangerous. Oh well… Florida’s a lost cause. As the entire world laughs at the Gunshine State, all we can do is laugh too, and simply admit that we’re fucked up and will never get any better. You can’t fix stupid.

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