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This really isn't any different from asking if it is safe to share food with another person after watching them eat from the same bowl. If you have a weak immune system, as with anything else, it is probably better to not share saliva with pets or humans. Depending on your comfort zone, there shouldn't be any issues though if you wanted to continue eating. ...


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Yes, you could possibly become infected through sharing utensils. https://publichealth.arizona.edu/outreach/health-literacy-awareness/hpylori/transmission H. pylori is commonly transmitted person-to-person by saliva. The bacteria can also be spread by fecal contamination of food or water. In developing countries, a combination of untreated water, ...


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Unless there have been animals around it recently, it's unlikely there are any viruses on it. As for bacteria, or more specifically bacterial spores, wet heat is a far better sanitizer than alcohol. A half hour at a full boil should kill anything particularly nasty, like clostridium tetani. If you want absolute peace of mind this should do the trick, ...


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A bit of paper towel won't have any effect on a urine sample. People try a great many things to adulterate urine specimens: dilution, adding bleach, taking diuretics, adding lye, you name it, it's probably been tried. If your friend had no illicit drug use before the drug test, there will not be a false positive result (paper doesn't contain drugs.) False ...


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