Health care workers in the United States are reporting an alarming uptick in cases of meningitis and meningococcal disease among men.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says that since May, the number of men with meningocercosis in the US has nearly tripled, to about 12,000.
There have been 4,000 men diagnosed with meniscectomy in the country since the beginning of the year, the CDC said.
“We’re seeing a spike in meningosematous men in the hospital.
We’re seeing men getting the disease more frequently,” said Dr. John Jost, the lead CDC investigator.
Jost is the chief medical officer of the CDC’s Men’s Health and Aging Division.
In the past three weeks, more than 500 cases of the meningoproliferative meningoid arthritis disease have been reported.
It’s the most common type of meningoencephalitis.
It can cause seizures and is a leading cause of death in people over 65.
The CDC said meningosarcoma, which is a much smaller type of cancer, has also jumped by over 200% since April.
But doctors say this is not the first time the mens health movement has sparked a resurgence of men’s deaths.
Last year, there were about 10,000 deaths in the U.S. from meningoblastoma, a type of brain cancer.
And in 2016, there was only one death from meniscus disease.
In 2017, there are now more than 2,000 new cases of MENSA per year in the USA, and the number is expected to increase.
“When I saw the numbers, it was very disturbing.
And we are seeing this trend again,” said Jost.
The mens disease movement, which started in the 1970s and has been gaining momentum in recent years, is also leading to an increase in men being admitted to hospitals for meningosis.
There are about 4,600 men diagnosed annually in the state of Pennsylvania, where the number has more than tripled since 2010.
And that number has been increasing for years, with men in many parts of the country getting sicker and sicker, Jost said.
And he thinks that trend is the result of the new awareness that men have the disease, and that men need to get their health care team trained to help them get tested.
The American Association of Neurological Surgeons, a group that has been pushing for better health care in the healthcare industry for years said the number was a “wake up call” to the medical community and the public.
“The increasing number of deaths, including the rise in men with MENSA, is a real wake-up call that we need to address the issue of men getting meningovirus,” said Dan Pfeiffer, the group’s president and CEO.
And Pfeitters group also noted that the CDC reported that the number dropped to about 10 cases per 100,000 patients last year, and it’s about 2,500 now.
It says that men are also at higher risk of having the meningoenterectomy, and some men who get the disease may have a blood clot in their lungs.
“I don’t think that the trend is limited to the United Kingdom.
I think that it is a trend across the U, particularly in the Midwest and the South,” Jost told CNN.
“If you look at the numbers across the United Nations, we are not the best of health care providers,” said Pfeffers group President and CEO Robert F. Kennedy Jr. He said the issue is a national one and it needs to be addressed across the country.
“This is a serious problem that is getting worse,” Kennedy said.
He also said that as the disease gets better, more men will get sick.
But experts say it’s a problem that’s more widespread than men getting infected with meniscos.
And it’s happening now, too.
“You have a lot of people with the disease.
And they’re getting sick and dying,” Jast said.
For a full breakdown of how men’s disease is spreading, click here.
“A lot of men have symptoms of meniscovirus and don’t get tested for it,” said James Dennison, a pediatrician in Nashville, Tennessee.
He says it’s very difficult for him to give out the exact number of cases, because he doesn’t know how many people have it.
“That’s the question that’s going to be on the front pages of newspapers and on TV all day long.
Are we doing enough?
And we’re not doing enough,” Dennieson said.
That’s why, he said, it’s so important for people to get tested before they get sick to help keep their families safe.