Mononucleosis

What is mono and how did I get it?

Mono is a common illness on college campuses. It is caused by the Epstein-Barr virus.

It is transmitted through saliva, or mucous through kissing, sharing drinks, or silverware and occasionally through a sneeze or cough if the infected person is close enough.

Your roommate is not likely to get it unless you are sharing glasses or silverware.

Mononucleosis

What is mono and how did I get it?

Mono is a common illness on college campuses. It is caused by the Epstein-Barr virus.

It is transmitted through saliva, or mucous through kissing, sharing drinks, or silverware and occasionally through a sneeze or cough if the infected person is close enough.

Your roommate is not likely to get it unless you are sharing glasses or silverware.

Mononucleosis

What is mono and how did I get it?

Mono is a common illness on college campuses. It is caused by the Epstein-Barr virus.

It is transmitted through saliva, or mucous through kissing, sharing drinks, or silverware and occasionally through a sneeze or cough if the infected person is close enough.

Your roommate is not likely to get it unless you are sharing glasses or silverware.