How To Avoid The ‘Kissing Disease’ This Christmas And What To Do If It Does Strike

A kiss is just a kiss… right? Wrong.

During the holiday season, a lot of people think it’s cute to get a make shift mistletoe, try to put in above someone you find semi-attractive and coax them into giving you an innocent peck on the cheek (or more). It happens every year, right? There’s always someone in your office holiday party that tries to get away with this by bringing that mistletoe just to make things very awkward between co-workers. As a matter of fact, it’s not funny. It’s not cute. Most of them time, it’s downright awkward and should really be banned altogether. Oh, and it can make you sick thanks to this thing called Kissing Disease.

We can also say that it’s not very cute when you try to get your kid to give another family member like a grandparent, aunt or uncle a kiss as a way of saying hello, good-bye or thank you. That’s because there’s a strong possibility that someone might be carrying the Kissing Disease and you might not even know about it. The Kissing Disease is not something that you can wrap under the tree to give on Christmas morning. But trust us when we say that it’s that one free gift that people always happen to get, whether they want it or not.

Here’s everything you need to know about the Kissing Disease and how you can avoid it.

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