• Glandular fever is mononucleosis. Although a quick smooch between friends probably won't do any harm, intimate kissing with someone who's infected or who has recently had mononucleosis can put you at greater risk for getting the disease. The virus can be transmitted in other ways, such drinking from the same glass or can as an infected person, or even being close when the person coughs or sneezes. Also, some people can have the virus in their systems without ever having symptoms and so you can still catch it from them. The chances are directly related to the interactions that transpire between the two of you.

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