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Far from crude, this infographic has a lot of information that could let you get a picture of your health.
This is no April fools joke. Sh** just got serious.
Too refined to talk about poop? Well, you might not want to let the subject be completely ignored… Your poop can tell you if there is something seriously wrong with you.
The author asserts the three S’s that could save your life : size, shape, smell and shade. If you ever turn around after relieving yourself too see any of these 4 S’s strikingly unusual, you might want to see a doctor.
No, I’m not advocating that you carefully inspect your excrement regularly. Just that you keep an eye out for oddities.
These can be indicators of serious problems. Don’t let them go unnoticed. (via)
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