If you want to be compensated, we will do so when you are in jail because you have been feeding people on raw faecal matter
From the coffee mug, toothbrush, door handle, office desk to purse, people pick faecal matter
(poop) without knowing they do that.
Researchers examined changes to bacteria when faecal matter
was exposed to coffee in a petri dish, and by studying the composition of faeces after rats ingested differing concentrations of coffee over three days.
"Many infectious diseases are spread through microscopic amounts of faecal matter
While ingots are rectangular blocks and it is not entirely clear how almost a third of those samples turned up traces of faecal matter
in the study.
This faecal matter
when treated to safe standards through processes such as composting can be utilised as a valuable fertilisers needed for crop production.
And there was calls for the judge to be sacked in 2010 after he compared Olympic athlete Sharron Davies to "faecal matter
Millions of Pakistanis contract water-borne diseases every year often resulting from their contact with faecal matter
. Pregnant women are at more risk of getting affected and this results in the death of their child.
But, what is worse is that apart from just germs, at least 16 per cent of phones have faecal matter
on them, as stated in a study jointly conducted by the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and Queen Mary University of London.
Andrew Davidson, prosecuting on behalf of the charity, said: "There were piles of old faecal matter
in the property and the dog appeared to be in a distressed state.
from poo donors could lead to more effective treatment of C.diff on the NHS - thanks to the work of two students.
C.difficile affects the large bowel of patients and the simple procedure transfers healthy faecal matter
from either a family member or healthy stranger into the bowel, which replenishes the healthy bacteria which keep the infection at bay.