It doesn't matter how many times you got the cootie shot on the playground; when you kiss another person, you're going mouth-to-mouth with their germs. When you kiss you swap germs by swallowing spit.
Also most importantly, when a man kisses a female partner, he passes a small amount of his cytomegalovirus to her. If the cytomegalovirus is introduced into a woman's system during pregnancy, it can damage or even potentially kill the fetus. But, if a woman kisses the same partner repeatedly, she eventually develops an immunity to his particular cytomegalovirus, decreasing the chances of infection during pregnancy.
Yes, germs can be spread by kissing by pretty much doing anything, breathing, touching, sneezing,, talking..
unfortunately, yes so try not to kiss people when they are sick
In one act, by kissing. In total, it is very hard to tell, but more probably by shaking hands (by a slight margin).
Mono, is sometimes called "the kissing disease. It is the spread of germs found in saliva that causes it.
It shouldn't be bad for anything ! Kissing with inserting the tongue into the other persons mouth may pick-up bugs and germs from their saliva though so always clean your mouth and teeth after french kissing.
No, because when you Eskimo kiss, your lips aren't actually touching, and when you French kiss, your lips ARE touching, and your tounges are in each others' mouths.
You should not feel sick after kissing. The only time you would feel sick is if the person you kissed was sick and passed germs on to you. However, you would not feel sick right away.
how many differnt kinds of germs are there?
a million germs are in your mouth
9888.364185 germs a week
there are 6 main germs in a squirel
you can get many kinds of germs but what do you think they are