rightasrain you are right i'm only studying to be a medical assistant not a doctor and shouldn't be handing out be medical advice on here. So right about that.
but i also did do the research and here are some of my sited sources http://www.emedicinehealth.com/hepatitis_b/article_em.htmhttp://www.medhelp.org/posts/STDs/Kissing/show/248070
I even copied and pasted from the CDC website. So to say there is an highly good chance from contacting Hepatitis B and HIV from kissing is false. also to say some parts what i said earlier that there is No chance of contracting it through kissing is in correct too. but I also said there is significant amounts of blood in the saliva though an open wound in the mouth. But chances are remote
"It depends on the type of kissing. There is no risk from closed-mouth kissing.
There are extremely rare cases of HIV being transmitted via deep “French” kissing but in each case, infected blood was exchanged due to bleeding gums or sores in the mouth. Because of this remote risk, it is recommended that individuals who are HIV-infected avoid deep, open-mouth “French” kissing with a non-infected partner, as there is a potential risk of transferring infected blood. Summary:
There is no risk of transmission closed-mouth kissing.
There is a remote risk from deep, open-mouth kissing if there are sores or bleeding gums and blood is exchanged. Therefore, persons living with HIV should avoid this behavior with a non-infected partner."http://www.cdc.gov/hiv/resources/qa/transmission.htm
So talk to the hand cuz the BOOTY don't understand