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Drinking From someone else's bottle

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • March 5, 2007
  • 01:45 AM

Can one contract diseases transmitted by saliva by accidentally drinking from someone's bottle left at the bottom of a ski hill?

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  • first of all if they are skiing, they really cant be that sick. you cant get aids , cant get hep c, but you could get tuberculosis. and some people in certain races and origins carry the tuberculosis disease in their lungs. Its never a good idea to drink unknown sources. I'm not even sure about the tuberculosis, but most of the time, drinking the water itself, especially if it is bottled water contains parasites. I learned this the hard way. we were drinking tons of it, and I came down with a really bad sickness that was parasitic. the website www.scabies.com and how to irradicate scabies forever. talks about bottled water being contaminated, and that the french bottled is the worst. scistosomiasis is a micro worm that they are finding in these so called spring bottled waters. You couldnt pay me enough to drink bottled water ever again. I drink the ultr v filtered, culligan at the groc. store or walmart. where you refill your own gallon jug. then fill up your own bottles for convenient transport.But if your a christian the Bible promises protection from the unknown in Mark 16 verses 17-18. read that it will take the stress off of your delema. May the Lord be with you.
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