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Of course, we like to kiss an adorable baby, but we rarely think about the dangers of it - especially when we kiss our little mouth.Because babies are not nearly as immune to adults as adults, so we can more easily give them the infections. With a kiss on the mouth, it is almost impossible for small bodies to get into the body, which is much more difficult for their body to cope with. In addition, we do not get rid of herpes viruses, and once they get into the body, they may from time to time have the disease they cause. Those who are prone to cold sores are well aware of the symptoms: stress, weakened immune system, febrile illness, and almost immediately painful little blisters. Unfortunately, babies have a much harder time coping with infection, and they need hospitalization for herpesin fact, babies younger than three months old can be at risk of becoming infected with the virus! With a kiss on the mouth, it is easy to pass on infections Mononucleosis, also called tuberculosis, is also spreading through drip infections, ie, through the neck. Symptoms of the disease include fever, nausea and vomiting, fatigue and swollen lymph nodes. Mйg the "legegyszerыbb" nбthбt, influenzбt also kцnnyen бtadhatjuk the kisbabбnak if puszilgatjuk the szбjбt, it rбadбsul nбluk not only cause kellemetlensйgeket but akбr sъlyos szцvхdmйnyeket is.A hбnyбssal йs hasmenйssel jбrу, stomach upset okozу fertхzйseket also kцnnyen бtadhatjuk small children, йs these they are also more tolerant of diseases, can get out much faster than adults, and may even need hospitalization.Surprisingly, even the teeth of the little ones by kissing them orally: a Finnish study suggests that a bacterium, Streptococcus mutans, can be released from the body of adults into the baby's body, which colonizes, multiplies, and causes caries in the milk teeth.Also worth reading:
- Antibiotics in the first years of life
- Are vaccines really overloading the immune system?
- RSV: The word parents with small children need to know