French Kiss Cause Disease Mononucleosis

Sunday, January 20, 2013

French Kiss Cause Disease Mononucleosis
If you like the activity of kissing, especially French Kiss, should from now on have to be more careful. A recent study revealed that kissing can lead to disease Mononucleosis.

Research conducted by experts from the University of Minnesota Medical School included 143 students who checked their blood for the presence of virus-fighting antibodies Epstein-Barr virus, the virus that causes Mononucleosis.

Mononucleosis or commonly abbreviated as mono disease is spread through contact with saliva is produced sufferers. Mono also spread through coughing, sneezing, and sharing of food, but not contagious like the flu. Meanwhile, the french kiss itself is the kiss that involves the mouth and tongue contact person.

Symptoms of the disease are also commonly referred to as the kissing disease include sore throat, excessive fatigue, headache, decreased appetite, and swollen tonsils. However, some people who have a disease mononucleosis also sometimes have no symptoms at all.

The results about the kissing disease has been published in the Journal of Infectious Diseases.

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