Parents Warned Not to Give Children Chickenpox Lollipops

Posted on November 8, 2011

Parents are being warned not to give parents chickenpox lollipops. Apparently, some parents are paying for these lollipops - which sellers promise have been licked by kids with chickenpox - that are delivered through the mail. The lollipops would probably not give a child chickenpox anyway because chickenpox is an airborne virus. Parents are also organizing parties through Facebook to infect their children with the virus.

Chickenpox can result in shingles when children grow up to be adults. A MRSA skin infection can also result from chickenpox sores. Take a look:

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