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Monday, January 24, 2011

Kiss of Death? Almost!

A passionate kiss can easily make one weak at the knees. But for one New Zealand woman, a hickey from her partner unexpectedly led to a trip to the hospital and minor stroke!

Wondering How This Happened?
From msnbc.com, the suction from the “love bite” caused physical trauma, bruising the blood vessel in her neck which caused a clot. It’s believed the clot led to a stroke.

Oddly, injuries during the heat of passion aren’t uncommon. Ever had a steamy mishap? Tell us about it below.

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Posted by: Paul Kercher at 10:47 am

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