On this episode of the ZuLoo Pōōdcast, we uncover the mystery of the U-shaped public toilet seat and find out a probably-too-intimate fact about Kelsey’s medical history. A quest to become the Anthony Bourdaine of toilets is created and we discuss the significant health impacts for women in India who must go without adequate sanitation or healthcare.
Facts and Sidenotes:
- The U-shaped toilet seat has been around since the 50s. Never noticed? Take a look the next time you’re out and about!
- We’re proposing a Quinn quest wherein Quinn becomes the Anthony Bourdaine of toilets. Funding slots open next month, but location suggestions are welcome anytime 😉
- Avoiding UTIs can be tricky, but it’s not impossible. Here are WebMD’s suggestions about how to make your life easier and less painful by avoiding UTIs.
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