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Public loos could fling virus-laden droplets up into the air, studies suggest – and that includes urinals.
Scientists say "toilet plume" might fling the virus in the air, so take precautions in the bathroom during the COVID-19 pandemic.
People are dying worldwide because they lack something most in developed countries take completely for granted.
A delivery driver has left the internet in stitches after he became incredibly confused by which door led to a customer’s
These sneaky triggers might up your flow. 💦
Wipe, then swipe.
Using wet wipes instead of toilet paper is a crappy idea.
The remarkable collection spans nearly 300 years of people at the site near Independence Hall.
More than 1 billion women around the world do not have access to a toilet during their periods.
Even if you don't give a crap about art, this concept is a wee bit exciting.