In 2011, UK saw about half a million people being diagnosed with a sexually transmitted infection called Chlamydia and gonorrhea.
The figures were released by Public Health England, PHE, in 2011 and the figures stated that there were 448,422 diagnoses, this shows there is a rise of five per cent.
A warning has come from health officials seeing the rise in the number of diagnoses about a rising number of people putting themselves at risk through unsafe sex.
Ever-increasing demand is impacting health care in Britain and it is evident from the fact that from January to March, over 300,000 patients had to wait for over four hours in A&E.
There was a cancellation of about 220 planned operations in less than a day's notice in January, February and March this year, according to the recent figures.
The NHS was getting an indication due to pressures on emergency care and this was stated by the Kings Fund's chief economist John Appleby.
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