10 N.C. cities make list of top 100 most STD infested in U.S.

RentApplication.com compiled statistics on sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) using 2013 data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and ranked Fayetteville, North Carolina as one of the top 10 most sexually diseased cities in the country.

Along with Fayetteville southern cities such as New Orleans and Killeen, Texas also made the top 10 portion of the list. Two of those cities—Killeen  and Fayetteville—have large military populations, with Fort Hood and Fort Bragg, respectively. Also in the top 10 is the Norfolk, Virginia, which is home to the Norfolk Naval Base.

The CDC ranked Montgomery, Ala., as the number one city. It has more cases of syphilis, gonorrhea and chlamydia than large U.S. cities like Baltimore, Philadelphia and New Orleans, according to a report released today from a renter’s website.

According to the Montgomery Advertiser, the website calculated rates per 100,000 people to normalize the data. It also excluded rural parts of the country, evaluating only cities with substantial populations.

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