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Kissing is a great way to stay healthy!
Primates, lions, birds, moose, even elephants … they all kiss. Bonobo monkeys even kiss with open mouths. And humans?
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On average, we spend up to 2 weeks kissing in our lifetime. So there must be something healthy about it, right?
The science of kissing actually has a name: philematology. Research on the subject from the American Association for the Advancement of Science hints at what many already believe – in many ways, kissing is good for you.
Kissing burns calories; 2-3 calories a minute to be precise. Kissing might even help you lose weight, says Bryant Stamford, PhD, professor and director of the health promotion center at the University of Louisville. "During a really, really passionate kiss, you might burn two calories a minute -- double your metabolic rate," he says. Research claims that three passionate kisses a day (lasting at least 20 seconds each) can cause you to loose an entire extra pound. Now there’s a diet you may be able to stick with. (copy continues...)
Kissing is a great way to spread germs!
Ancient Egyptians kissed with their noses. Eskimos, Polynesians and Malaysians still do. Why?
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The Tsonga people of southern Africa find pressing two person's lips against each other repulsive, “They eat each other’s saliva and dirt!” And during the swine-flu scare, the French put a ban on what they call ‘la bise’.
Do they all know something about germs that we don’t?
During any exchange of bodily fluids there is a risk of transmitting infectious agents. However, the body has (copy continues...)