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Lip Service : Indiscriminate Kissing Spells Doom

...mber of people with whom they have shared intimate kisses are in for trouble, increasing their risk of meningitis, by 4 times, according to a study to be published today.// Researchers discovered that 15- to 19-year-olds who kissed intimately with multiple partners were more likely, almost 3.7 times to get...

Temptation Yardstick: Out of sight - Out of mind - Out of mouth!

...ys to fight it. // Irresistible candies, Hershey kisses were used as baits for the study. It was found that, women could not resist Hershey kisses candies, the pull of temptation being twice more at arm’s distance. Women were able to resist tempta...

Kelly Clarkson Fears Kissing Will Cause Her Mouth Herpes

...t don't make out with people. That's a waste of my kisses and time. And it's so personal. It's like, my face. Plus, I'm afraid of mouth herpes," the Sun quoted her, as saying. Talking about her bitter break up with David Hodges, the former Evanescence keyboardist, she said that she actually did not even l...

Napoleon Love Letter Seduces Bidders at Manuscript Auction

...pected to fetch 50,000 pounds. "I send you three kisses -- one on your heart, one on your mouth and one on your eyes," he wrote in the letter. Just three letters written by Napolean to Josephine, Viscomtesse de Beauharnais, before their marriage are known to exist, the auction house said in a statement....

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