Usher Chilli

According to Instagram blogger Fameolous, TMZ.com is “sitting on” a scoop that a “legendary” singer is considering filing a $1.2 million lawsuit against R&B crooner Usher Raymond, 39, for infecting her with the herpes virus.

FYI: the picture of legendary TLC singer Rozonda “Chilli” Thomas, 46, is being used for illustrative purposes. Fameolous did not identify the singer.

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Usher

Sandrarose.com readers were divided over the issue of contracting or transmitting herpes while wearing condoms. Condoms do not prevent the spread of herpes because herpes is spread via skin-to-skin contact. But the risk of contracting herpes is a lot less if men wear condoms during sex.

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Bill de Blasio

Thanks to NY Mayor Bill de Blasio, 11 babies in the New York area are infected with herpes. Some of the babies have herpes-related brain damage.

According to the NY Daily News, de Blasio overturned the Health Department’s order prohibiting Jewish mohels from performing a circumcision ritual that involves sucking the blood from a baby’s penis.

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prince hiv aids

The world continues to mourn megastar Prince Rogers Nelson who died at age 57 in an elevator at his 66,000 sq ft Paisley Park residence near Minneapolis last Thursday.

Insiders confirm the pop icon was diagnosed with “full blown AIDS” in the months before he died.

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Zika virus

Health officials in South Florida confirm 3 pregnant women have tested positive for the Zika virus. The total number of cases in the state of Florida stands at 32.

All of the infected patients contracted the mosquito-borne infection while traveling out of the country.

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Zika virus

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has confirmed a case of sexually transmitted Zika virus infection in the Dallas, Texas area.

The CDC confirmed the case in a statement to CNN.com. Dallas County health officials announced the case involves a man who had sex with someone who recently returned from Venezuela.

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letter from Dept of Public Health

Dr. Brenda Fitzgerald, Commissioner and State Health Officer of the Georgia Department of Public Health, and Brian Kemp, the Secretary of State, sent emails to all professional licensed nurses in the state of Georgia today. The lengthy email contains detailed information about Ebola transmission, clinical guidance, and specific health risks to health care workers and patients.

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110 Million Venereal Disease Cases

According to the Centers for Disease Control in Atlanta, 19.7 new venereal disease cases were diagnosed in 2008, bringing the total cases of sexually transmitted infections (STIs) to 110,197,000. What that means is sexually promiscuous Americans are taking more risks and practicing less safe sex than at any time in U.S history.

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