Though some people may be wary of a poop collection, the fossils are hard as a rock and don't smell.
It's probably a bad idea to scroll through the Food and Drug Administration's "Defect Levels Handbook" before a meal.
If you've ever had a wild mouse loose in your kitchen, chances are you first noticed the pest because of the droppings it left behind.
Patients who undergo a "poop transplant" to treat severe diarrhea often see their symptoms get better within days, but their gut bacteria continue to undergo dramatic changes for months.
Signs of Hannibal's passage were preserved in poop deposits left behind by his army's horses.
People who have the intestinal infection called Clostridium difficile may benefit from a "poop transplant" that uses frozen poop instead of fresh poop, a new study suggests.
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