If my wife, the physician, has taught me anything, it’s that everything that has to do with the human body has a medical term or classification for it – and I mean everything. The other day she came home and asked, “Have you ever heard of the Bristol Stool Chart?” I hadn’t, so she described. It’s classifications for dootie. I thought it was a joke, but there’s a Wikipedia entry for it. Ergo, it must be true.
Data Underload #21: Exit Strategy
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Data Underload #6 – Bed Head
Your hair distribution in the morning, based on how you slept the previous night.
Cycle of Many, a 24-hour snapshot for a day in the life of Americans
This is a 24-hour snapshot for a day in the life of Americans.
Who Funds the World Health Organization
A couple of weeks ago — or maybe it was a couple of years ago, I’m not sure — the administration announced it would withdraw funding from the World Health Organization. Here’s what that does to the overall picture.
Nice diagram. Those sharp edges on Type 2 and 3 could cause some damage however.
“Flowing” Data, uh?
What’s with the minutes? Certainly it doesn’t take 15 mintues to pass an “ideal” stool, no?
let’s assume a good magazine in hand.
This is great! I’ve been wondering if there was such a thing. Plus I’ve even been to Bristol – double WIN!
Love the source “Wikipedia and experience!” Clever title. Shall I bookmark this under poopChart?
i prefer poo plots.
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Is it possible that this is really a bunch of BS?? Guess it determines where you fit on the chart, LOL