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IS THERE A PROMISCUOUS 10% UNDERLYING THE EPIDEMIC OF SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE?
In this issue, we ask in an Editorial whether it is worth looking at the pathological tail of the 10% of people who at any one time seem to be involved in frenetic sex. On the surface, this may seem to contradict Geoffrey Rose’s prevention paradox, but there is accumulating evidence that a small percentage of the population make excessive demands on clinical services, and we ask whether a focused approach might help to get upstream of this worrying threat to public health. See page 889
Further Editorials argue the case for more emphasis on the psychosocial work environment (linked to the latest report on the Whitehall II study) and take stock of efforts to rebuild health care in Iraq in the …