Friday. 12.8.06 12:47 am
Don't kiss your baby if you have a cold
The flu is very contagious. I took the flu shot and everyone around me is getting sick. As for me, I am feeling GREAT!!! One myth of transferring a cold is by kissing. Dont kiss the baby your parents would say..
: A peck on the lips probably won't hurt, says Neil Schachter, M.D., author of "The Good Doctor's Guide to Colds & Flu. " Unlike a sneeze or a cough, which bring forth viral-rich fluids from your airways, the saliva hanging out in your mouth harbors very little cold virus -- so it's surprisingly hard to pass the illness through kissing. The best way to keep your baby from catching your cold: Wash your hands often.
OK, SO WHAT ABOUT FRENCH KISSING WITH YOUR BF AND SWAPPING SALIVA?? Is that safe?
Just don't cough in his mouth. lol, But really, it's likely if your tongue kissing and stuff that he'll get sick simply because it'd be a lot easier for it to spread to him with that kind of contact. Maybe if you did quicky tongue kisses and not long movie-type makeout stuff... » DarkDragonKnight
on 2006-12-08 01:56:25
It seems like any type of kissing would pass germs because even cold germs are outside of mouths. But if they say otherwise..... » Kirei
on 2006-12-08 03:08:22
Depends on you. ;) If you want him sick, go ahead to movie makeout night. If not, 'quicky on the lips' as the doctor says is good.
That babe is c-ute...=] » Silver-dot-
on 2006-12-08 08:33:33
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