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Officials with a national operator of men's sexual health clinics say they have signed a letter of intent to open a Nashville clinic on June 1 on the campus of Saint Thomas Midtown Hospital. Boston Medical Group's local office would be the company's 24th. The practice expects to treat 1, new patients in the Nashville area by the end of the year. In all, the group's doctors treated more than 30 doctors across the country last year.
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Economic and social changes over the last 20 years have led to changes in the living situations of young people in Britain. We examined household structure by gender and age group. We then focused on sexually experienced young people aged 16—24 years , and used multivariable models to explore associations between household structure, sexual risk behaviours and sexual health outcomes, independent of confounders including age, relationship status, employment and area of residence.
Queensland health authorities have rejected claims a dramatic reduction in specialty sexual health services at Brisbane's Biala Clinic will lead to an STI epidemic. Up to 32 medical jobs will be slashed at the free service, Metro North board chairman Paul Alexander confirmed this morning, and diagnostic and treatment services referred to general practitioners. Dr Alexander rejected previous claims made by health care professionals that the loss of the confidential service would prevent infected patients seeking treatment. Today's confirmation that the reduction in services would go ahead came after passionate protest from medical staff when the move was first flagged in May. In a win for the medical community, however, specialist HIV services which were originally slated for closure will remain, with 10 staff continuing to operate at Metro North health facilities.