This may or may not be a food-related disorder. If you haven't already done so, you should have a complete physical exam of your dog, to include a stool check for intestinal parasites...
Build Your Own Laboratory by Barbara Winterby
your own growth laboratory and design a formal curriculum that will stretch you in new directions. Wherever you are in your own journey, there's always another place to explore. Here are some basics for building such a laboratory...
My job is shitby
The Savvy Sister
That’s what you’ll hear them say at the colonoscopy lab. And being that it’s Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month, I thought I would take a moment to remind you that if you are 50 and you haven’t had a colonoscopy, this... Rea
Mouse poop is gross!by
* This picture has nothing to do with my post. I'm sure you'll understand why.
I've started working on decluttering the house.
Crystal is moving back home in a few weeks so everything we've stored in her room for
DOG POOP CONCERNSby
enough to ensure the safety of pets and people.
"We recommend daily pickup of stool, no matter who is doing... - show that it is indeed possible for animals to carry human strains of norovirus. In fact, 2 of the dogs whose stool tested...
Design and Artsy Shitby
LAB - Anatomi Series
Emil Kozak has some serious talent. His “design and artsy shit” as he would say is simple, colorful, and pretty awesome all together. Beautiful type designer too…
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LET'S TALK ABOUT...DIARRHEAby
Helpful Buckeyestools. A further understanding of this very common pet problem can help you keep your pet free... stools are the most common
symptoms of diarrhea in dogs and cats. Other signs include flatulence, blood...
in it. However, bleeding that occurs high up in the intestinal track can also result in black stool and sometimes these are described as "tarry" in nature. That is, compared to normal stool, this stool is stickier.
Humanure: Shit Happensby
Let’s talk about poo.
In this article from Culture Change, author Keith Farnish (Time’s Up! An Uncivilized Solution to a Global Crisis) takes a look at the history of human excrement, its disposal and its use in agriculture,