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If someone shakes hands with someone who has arthritis in the hands, does it pass on to them?

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  • If someone shakes hands with someone who has arthritis in the hands, does it pass on to them?


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Answer #1 | 09/02 2017 04:17
No. Arthritis is an internal disease.
Answer #2 | 11/02 2017 19:27
nope, but you sure have lots of fear.......
Answer #3 | 10/02 2017 20:18
absolutely not; arthritis isn't the result of a viral or communicable disease. there is no way to, 'get,' it by touching someone who has it.
Answer #4 | 14/02 2017 02:13
nope
Answer #5 | 10/02 2017 00:31
No.
Answer #6 | 13/02 2017 13:45
Not at all, arthritis is not pass on through hand shakes. It is not a viral disease.
Answer #7 | 09/02 2017 12:46
Arthritis is a degenerative joint disease. It is NOT contagious.
Answer #8 | 09/02 2017 04:30
No
Answer #9 | 09/02 2017 04:14
Don't be stupid.
Answer #10 | 09/02 2017 04:13
No it doesn't
Answer #11 | 09/02 2017 04:11
yes
Answer #12 | 09/02 2017 04:12
No you cant catch arthritis from anyone
Answer #13 | 17/02 2017 10:03
1. Arthritis is neither contagious nor infectious. 2. Arthritis is an auto immune disease. 3.Potential causes for arthritis may include: Injury - leading to degenerative arthritis. Abnormal metabolism - leading to gout and pseudogout. Inheritance - such as in osteoarthritis. Infections - such as in the arthritis of Lyme disease. Immune system dysfunction - such as in RA and SLE.
Answer #14 | 15/02 2017 23:52
Ahh gee. I'm assuming this question is out of complete ignorance or stupidity. I'm still having hard time choosing.
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Answer #15 | 10/02 2017 21:49
Keep shaking hands when the opportunity arises. You're just fine!!! :)
Answer #16 | 10/02 2017 04:34
no...
Answer #17 | 09/02 2017 21:31
Of course not. Where on earth did you get the idea that arthritis is contagious?
Answer #18 | 12/02 2017 01:48
Why do people lie to you? It is contagious. Avoid shaking hands. You liars will pay for your lie.
Answer #19 | 09/02 2017 16:09
No. Arthritis is caused by chronic dehydration. Just as a car needs oil to lubricate its moving parts, so the body uses water to do the same thing. A lack of sufficient water - and salt (bone substance is made up of 23% salt, which gives bones their hardness - not calcium) will allow the joints to come into contact with each other, resulting in friction, pain and deterioration.
Answer #20 | 11/02 2017 02:01
No..
Answer #21 | 11/02 2017 19:51
No. Not at all.
Answer #22 | 15/02 2017 19:07
i heard arthritis is a veneerial disease. make sure 2 Put some neosporin if u don't want It contaged on ur hands or ur veneers either be careful
Answer #23 | 15/02 2017 09:38
Yes, it's like the childrens game pass the parcel.....
Answer #24 | 14/02 2017 05:25
No
Answer #25 | 11/02 2017 23:45
One does not "catch" arthritis.
Answer #26 | 12/02 2017 15:20
Absolutely, not true at all. However if you have family members who got it, there's a possibility that you may also have it. Obesity can also be a factor to cause someone having arthritis or having a previous joint injury.

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