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Scientists Offer A Better Way To Use A Toilet

It's something that we all do but rarely like to discuss. However your bowel movement is an important indication of your overall health. For many straining, "incomplete emptying" and constipation are commonplace, even with a balanced diet. Recently there has been an increase of devise to help put...
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Don't Touch These When Visiting Somebody Else's House

With your social calendar filling up with holiday parties, an etiquette experts offers some advice on what to avoid touching when visiting somebody else's house that you may not be close to or know personally to prevent the embarrassment of participating in a faux pas. The fridge and everything in...
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Refresher Course On Cleaning The Bathroom

With just over two weeks until Thanksgiving, time is running short in preparing the holiday menu, let alone give your home the proper cleaning for arriving guests. Probably eh room that gets the most cleaning attention is the bathroom. Besides guests arriving, there may be some cleaning mistakes...
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You Should Doing This Before Flushing Your Toilet

The big issue with the bathroom for years was to get everyone to wash their hands after using the facilities. However one area has been overshadowed and can render your recently washed hands completely filthy. After you've finished and before you flush, close the toilet lid. When you flush, the...
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It Is Not A Good Idea To Flush Food Scraps Down The Toilet

The world is full of false suggestions and the internet is making those false suggestions more accessible. One of them happens to effect those without a kitchen sink garbage disposal. The idea makes sense that if your toilet can handle human waste, who can't it handle food waste? While that concept...
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Check If Your Toilet Is Leaking With Food Coloring

Your toilet may be leaking and you don't even notice it. While big toilet leaks are easy to detect as you can usually hear them, a slow leak is quiet yet still ends up costing you money. You can check to see if you toilet is slowly leaking by reaching for a bottle of food coloring. Just lift the...
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How To Dispose of Unused Opioids And Medications Properly

Drug overdoses killed over 63,000 Americans in 2016 and 2/3 of these deaths were the result of a prescription or illicit opioid. Although new regulations are aiming to tighten the access to opioids, it appears our own medicine cabinets are to blame in large part. A Mayo Clinic report found that 1...
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Facial Recognition Technology Aims To Stop Toilet Paper Theft

Nobody likes a thief and you'd be hard pressed to find anyone who enjoys the discovery that there is no toilet paper in the bathroom stall. Across the world, China is in the midst of a toilet revolution. The country is turning to technology to upgrade public restrooms and to stop people from...
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Kids Bath Tub Toys Are Filthier Than A Toilet

Get ready to be grossed out! It turns out the cute, harmless-looking rubber ducky floating around in your bathtub may actually be a Trojan horse for ravenous legions of “potentially pathogenic bacteria,” say scientists in a new report. In the study, scientist took a look at bath toys and found...
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The Toilet Roll Personality Test

Toilet paper can be a point of contention in many homes. Should the paper over or under? A survey of 2,000 people and discovered those who 'roll over' (leaving the loose end away from the wall) like being in charge, like organization and order, and some even said they would flip a roll at a 'roll...
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