Tolly Silo: The article is mainly about ways one can contract some toilet illnesses and how to avoid them. It also mentions some illnesses one can get from bathrooms. It also states that one should make sure there is not an infected person already on the toilet when they sit down. One should consider HOW people sit on toilet seats.
Why do some people become depressed while others are more resilient? The BBC's Geoff Watts investigates.
This article is about a studing that is being conducted in the UK, on why some people never get depressed. It also looks ot differebt treatments for depression and what causes an individual to be depressed. Lerato Mosola
Separate restroom hygiene fact from fiction – here's how. You Will Need * The first or last stall * Hand-washing Step 1: Choose the right stall Choose the first or last stall.
Tolly Silo: this article is more about informing people on what to do when using the bathroom. It is a "what-to-do" type of an article. It guides one on how to use the bathroom in a way that is effective.
People petrified of public toilets can rest assured that the chances of actually catching something are low -- if they follow some simple advice.
Tolly Silo: This article is mainly about what you can get in the restrooms. It states some of the diseases one can get from using the bathroom. One interesting fact/ information I got from reading it is that "Germs in feces can be propelled into the air when the toilet is flushed."
Should we blame the Western toilet for the increasing rates of colon and pelvic disease?
Tolly Silo: I think this is a relevant article for my story pitch and for our topic. It is more of an informational piece about what is the best thing to do in a toilet and the kind of diseases one can get from toilets.