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Archive for December, 2016

A Word to the Wise

12-10-2016 – A Word to the Wise: Some infants with congenital syphilis may have symptoms at birth, but most develop symptoms between two weeks and three months later. These symptoms may include skin sores, rashes, fever, weakened or hoarse crying sounds, swollen liver and spleen, yellowish skin (jaundice), anemia, and various deformities. Care must be taken in handling an infant with congenital syphilis because the moist sores are infectious.

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A Word to the Wise

12-6-2016 – A Word to the Wise: It is likely that an untreated pregnant woman with active syphilis will pass the infection to her unborn child. About 25 percent of these pregnancies result in stillbirth or neonatal death. Between 40 to 70 percent of such pregnancies will yield a syphilis-infected infant.

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A Word to the Wise

12-5-2016 – A Word to the Wise: According to a CDC Fact Sheet issued in May 2001, more than 35,600 cases of syphilis were reported by health officials in 1999, including 6,650 cases of primary and secondary syphilis and 556 cases of congenital syphilis in newborns. It is shocking to see more than 500 cases of immorality, directly affecting the lives of totally innocent babies.

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A Word to the Wise

12-2-2016 – A Word to the Wise: VI. Inheritance – Deuteronomy 28:41 “You shall beget sons and daughters, but they shall not be yours; for they shall go into captivity [addiction].” The innocent are those who pay the highest price for immorality. Rarely does one give forethought to the price that one’s children, grandchildren, and even great-grandchildren will pay for immoral thoughts and actions. We have included just a few morsels to stimulate one’s conscience about the future results of today’s indiscretions.

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