Before the balance of harms and benefits was understood.

Chlamydia screening questioned The value of opportunistic chlamydia screening is called into question in the British Medical Journal. Dr Nicola Low, an epidemiologist at the University of Berne in Switzerland argues that claims about screening are not supported by rigorous research or practice . And she shows how uncritical acceptance of the effectiveness of chlamydia screening in Sweden and the United States led to the funding of the National Chlamydia Screening Program in England, before the balance of harms and benefits was understood.

‘But which will all change very soon,’ Durden writes. ‘After the push for wide Chinese currency acceptance is usually in play. The USD will be unpegged, accompanied by China dumping the majority of its USD exposure promptly, and sending the world a note that U also.S. Debt is no a viable investment opportunity longer.’ It’s clear Chinese economic leaders are eyeing alternatives to the U.S. Dollar, and just why wouldn’t they? The dollar offers been sliding for months and several economists see its worth further declining due to ‘quantitative easing’ policies getting pursued by the Fed. It’s Economics 101. You wouldn’t eliminate something of worth, would you?. China to dump two-thirds of U.S. Debt reserves? Amid near-daily reports that the U.S.