Mon Feb 13 2012

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Clinics are now officially in the 'overwhelmed' stage as thousands of Denver and Front Range residents are flocking to medical centers. Dubbed 'the Kissing Disease', doctors are baffled at how it came about and more importantly, how to stop it. Symptoms include nausea, body aches, lethargy, blurred vision, dry mouth, and a general sense of being run down. A statement from Denver General remarked that the disease seems to be spread by interpersonal contact that, while limited to sexual relations and sharing fluids, could easily jump over that barrier to being spread by virtually any contact at all, no matter how limited.

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