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The product is not only supposed to sanitize the pee, it is supposed to cause the urine to splash back on the pee-petrator.
Those with Type 1 diabetes should also test for ketones in their urine (if blood sugar is severely or unexplainably high) before exercising and should avoid vigorous activity/exercise when ketones are elevated.
Boston’s events were mostly peaceful, although late Saturday, the police tweeted that some protesters were throwing bottles, urine and rocks at them.
Hepatitis A symptoms include jaundice (yellowing of the skin and eyes), fever, fatigue, loss of appetite, nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain and dark urine.
The inmate punched the walls in the jail's booking room, flooded his cell with water, urine, and feces, and slung water at officers who restrained him to a chair while cleaning his cell.
For men and women with stress urinary incontinence, slings can be placed beneath the urethra (the tube where urine flows from the bladder).
For the greyhounds running at Florida's dozen racetracks, a trip to the winner's circle also means a urine test.
Our old pal white vinegar is another one that can be employed to remove urine stains and smells from textiles.
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First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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