Chicken Pox Lollipops Ineffective

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Chicken Pox Lollipops Ineffective

Health officials are warning that a recent parenting trend of giving children a lollipop licked by a child with chicken pox instead of using a vaccine is not only ineffective, but also poses numerous other health risks. What do you think?

  • "That is ridiculous. Everyone knows sharing the same toilet seat works far better."

    Michael Cruikshank
    Glass Sander
  • "Additionally, kissing a broken arm is not adequate treatment for such an injury. You have to rub it with a half-eaten Big Mac from someone else who has a broken arm."

    Jill Lewis
    Towel-Cabinet Repairer
  • "Besides getting chicken pox, the only other risk I foresee is getting stuck with a green lollipop. Turns your whole damn mouth green. Sick."

    Jason Kirkland
    Unemployed